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Not able to view the folder contents

shekar march chandra

Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 25
Hi ppl,

Good Afternoon.

I am using tomcat.I created a folder by name test in webapps and all the relevant folders in that application(test)folder. i.e web-inf, classes, lib, web.xml(blank)etc.

i have kept classes ,lib and web.xml in web-inf.

Now, when i say http://localhost:8080/test it is saying test not found.

could anybody tell whatz the problem.

Kalyana Sundaram
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Joined: Mar 18, 2005
Posts: 94
1) First & foremost, just verify whether this problem repeats when you restart the TOMCAT
2) if the problem persists verify your web.xml

You must have your welcome-files defined in the web.xml. If thats not defined atleast you must be able to see the directory listing.

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Bear Bibeault
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web-inf != WEB-INF

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