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Problem deploying and finding servlet with Jboss

 
Nei San
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Hi,

I�m trying to execute an servlet created with Jboss IDE 2.0 for Eclipse and JBOSS 4.0.4. The servlet calls na Stateless EJB 3.0. The compilation is sucessfull and I don�t have any error message during the Jboss statup. It happens that when I type the URL �http://localhost:8080/TestInstallation/testStatetelessEJB� in Firefox i get the foolowing:



The TestInstallation.war and TestInstallation.ejb3 files were generated and deployed with the Jboss IDE. I looked at the Jboss folder after I started it and noticed there is a TestInstallation folder inside �C:\softs\jboss-4.0.4.GA\server\default\work\jboss.web\localhost� but the only content of the folder is a file tldCache.ser. The class file for the servlet is located only in a tmp folder. The TestInstallation.war and TestInstallation.ejb3 are placed in the �C:\softs\jboss-4.0.4.GA\server\default\deploy� folder.

As I said, I�m not getting any error message at the server startup nor when I type the servlet URL.

Below is the log of the server startup.



In the web browse I get the following when I type "http://localhost:8080/status?full=true":



I opened the �JBOSS� AS perpective of Eclipse before but returned it to the Java default. I also run the server in Debug mode before but now I�m running in Normal mode. Do you think these changes affected the environment and may be causing these problems? I already deleted and recreated the server inside Eclipse but it didn�t solve the problem.

I would appreciate any help.

Thank you very much.

Nei
[ May 16, 2007: Message edited by: Nei San ]
 
Nei San
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Hi there,

I'm sorry making you waste yor time. My problem was a mistake in the URL, instead of using http://localhost:8080/TestInstallation/testStatelessEJB I was typing http://localhost:8080/TestInstallation/testStatetelessEJB.

Thank you.
 
Mark Spritzler
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Nei, we have a JBoss specific forum. Please post JBoss questions there, like it says at the top of this forum.

Thanks

Mark
 
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