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webapps can't auto deploy directory

Parka Teoh
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Joined: Aug 28, 2004
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When I create a new sub directory in webapps/, doesn't the directory get deployed automatically?

This is what I have...
I'm suppose to get my index.htm when I type "http://localhost/root2/index.htm", but I don't.

I don't know what's amiss.

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Sonny Gill
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You may want to post more details -
What App server you are using, 'auto deploy' varies a lot among different application servers.
What output do you get on the console when you start up the server? It may show an exception being thrown while loading the webapp.
The actual directory structure on your file-system. The image you posted appears to be out of Dreamweaver, if I am not mistaken.

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Parka Teoh
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Joined: Aug 28, 2004
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I solved my own problem after much fustration.

Apparently, if there is wrong link in the FORM ACTION, it will render the whole page unloadable (can't be found).

I edited my index.htm's FORM ACTION and it works now. Didn't realise that before. My previous FORM ACTION wasn't able to find the processing servlet because of some linking address error...

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