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tomcat finding files

 
Cameron Park
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Hi, the tomcat that runs on my PC does not find files consistently. Sometimes, it runs some servlets, JSP, html fine, but in other times, it can not find the same servlets, JSP, and html, all with the directory heirachy unchanged. Does someone have the same problem? Can someone please shed some light on it?
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jenny wang
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try to shutdown and startup the Tomcat server again.

jenny
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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Also, could you please spell out what OS and Tomcat version
you are running with. Not that it will solve your problem,
but other users could probably provide more input, maybe.....
regds.

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Cameron Park
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I tried to restart tomcat, but to no avail.
Also, I am running tomcat 3.2.1 on Win98. Is there something I can do? Like on the Web.xml?
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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NO, I personally wouldn't touch web.xml. Not untill I understand why this is happening.
So, did you change anything or are you just trying out the
examples (and do they work properly)?
regds.
- satya
 
Cameron Park
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It is working now, and I have no idea what went wrong. Hopefully, it is the browser that got confused between accessing a local server and getting connected to the Internet, and when we access a remote site by tomcat it won't happened.
 
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