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Santosh Arun Kumar Gudipati
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Hi,
I am trying to display the sample jsp which prints hello world (HelloWorld.jsp) in the web browser.
I have done the following...

1)Created one folder called HelloWorld under Tomcat/webapps.
2)In the web browser,i used the following URL
http://localhost:9090/HelloWorld/HelloWorld.jsp (9090 is my port number)

But i am getting an 404 error....your requested resource is not available.

Please help me on this
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Where exactly did you place it? The URL

http://localhost:9090/HelloWorld/HelloWorld.jsp

indicates that you've created a web app that has a context path of /HelloWorld. Have you?

Why change the port #?
 
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