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Visual Age for Java or Win 2000

Joe Kristiansen

Joined: Jan 07, 2004
Posts: 1
Okay, I am hoping that this is a stupid oversight. I have set up Visual Age the same way I have hundreds of other times. Only thing is this time I can not get localhost to respond when I type in "http://localhost/index.html". It does however kick back a positive responce to "http://localhost/ver_simple.jsp". Now when I repeatedly try to refresh the browser window I get this popping up in the WTE console window socket closed (code=0)
int [], int, int,,
int [], int, int)
So to sum it up I have a functioning Servlet container with WTE but I cannot access the document root to serv html pages. Can anyone answer me why?
Yes I have checked and double checked the, default.servlet_engine and the default_app.webapp files.
Help Please.
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Visual Age for Java or Win 2000
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