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From Toriacht <>
Subject Re: Deploy 1st Service to Tomcat proper
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 23:41:17 GMT

Hi Michael...

I'm sorry for the confusion. My problem is on Tomcat with NO IDE. I
mentioned just the IDE to illustrate that the service does work. It's when I
leave the IDE i have problems.

There are NO errors in any of the logs! Catilina.log mentions that it is
deplying the service on startup. thats it.

I only mentioned the Log4j message because..

1. Its the only message getting printed  to any of the logs
2. I know that it is definitely coming from my web service code.


Michael Ludwig-6 wrote:
> Toriacht schrieb am 29.01.2009 um 01:24:12 (-0800):
>> 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 available.
>> 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..
> It's not clear to me what you're describing here.
> Is the Tomcat you're talking about running inside your IDE? Or
> standalone?
> Is it possible that Log4J is improperly configured and thus not showing
> you error messages?
> I'd get rid of the IDE and log4j to cut down complexity. Then, you
> should find error messages in the log files.
> Michael Ludwig
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