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Shanmugam nagaraj
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hi ,

Actually I am very new to tomcat and eclipse.
my applications is get running fine when I not use the option reload in the tomcat. If I click the folder directly without using the reload button everything is going fine. while I use the reload button

Iam getting some exception like this :
javax.servlet.ServletException: Wrapper cannot find servlet class cart.servlet.Welcome or a class it depends on

What may be the issue , any body come over like issue pls let me know,.

Thanks

Shanmugam
 
Joe Harry
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What is that your post always says Only one question...Why??? You only want to ask one question everytime??
 
Rahul Bhattacharjee
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I have used reload quite a few times to pick up my changes.I have not seen this error before.Reload has similar effect as stopping and starting the web application.

Better you could have posted this in the Tomcat forum.
 
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If I click the folder directly without using the reload button everything is going fine


Are you trying to say when you hit a URL in your web browser ?
 
Shanmugam nagaraj
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What is that your post always says Only one question...Why??? You only want to ask one question everytime??
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Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj

Is this makes any problem to you???....
 
Joe Harry
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Shanmugam,

No problem for me. If your title says exactly what your post is about, then it might attract more ranchers to respond to your question...
 
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Ease up guys Jothi is probably referring to what we call "Use a meaningful subhject line" for your threads, which is explained here :
http://faq.javaranch.com/view?UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine
 
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Does your deployment descriptor (web.xml) have a servlet entry with a class attribute that has a value of cart.servlet.Welcome.

If so, and you don't have that class in your project anymore, then when you start the app (if you have the load-on-startup attribute set) then the container will look for that class and throw the exception when it can't find it.
 
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