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Madhav Lakkapragada
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I am able to use the J2EE perspective of Lomboz and deploy (sorta) my web application.

Run As -> Run On Server -> Manually select Tomcat (all defaults after that).

So, I assume Tomcat is running on port 8080 and it is.
I can access MyWebApp using localhost:8080/MyWebApp/test.jsp
The server is running, right?

When I try to access Tomcat using the URL http://localhost:8080,
I get a (400) bad request error.
Confused on how this thing "works".

- m

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