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From Toriacht <>
Subject Re: Deploy 1st Service to Tomcat proper
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2009 09:24:12 GMT

Hi Michael,

Thank you for your reply. I should hasve pasted the error. The reason I
didn't wa sthat I assumed that my method of export>.war>deploy was

When i click on the application in my Tomcat Manager page I get a HTTP
Status 404 error telling me that my web service (requested resource) is not

There is no error in the $Tomcat/logs" folder. I checked, manager, catalina,
stdout, localhost, jakarta_service,host-manager and admin logs. But I could
see no error.

In catalina.2009.X.X.log when I start Tomcat it says it deploys the service.
When I stop Tomcat I get a message in stdout_2009.X.X, a log4j error message
telling me that LogManager.repositorySelector was null. This message is
coming from my service as I used to get it within Eclipse before I set up
Log4j correctly but I don't think this is the cause.. this link would
indicate it might not be..

Any ideas welcome,
Thanks again,

Michael Ludwig-6 wrote:
> Toriacht schrieb am 28.01.2009 um 14:48:59 (-0800):
>> Export>war exports a war file with the same name of my project. I can
>> then browse from Tomcat, import and deploy this service. but if I
>> click on teh service it get brought to an error page. 
> Then the error message might give a hint as to what the problem is. It
> is probably in one of the log files in "$Tomcat/logs".
>> Also, the java project had a lot of dependencies on jar files. Do
>> these get exported or do I have to manually deploy/copy these to my
>> Tomcat server?
> That depends. You can use "jar tf your.war" to check what's in the JAR.
> Michael Ludwig
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