I include everything possible for you to help me troubleshoot this, files screenshots and web.xml so it'll hopefully be easy for you, I'm reapproaching java after some time and I always make some mistakes with project structures
I've tried in eclipse and netbeans, with the same result ( failure )
as you can see it's a very very basic thing but I can't get it to work...
here's the project structure screenshot
this is my web.xml file
I can access the index.jsp page at http://localhost:8080/rsstest/web/ this page has a form that sends me to the servlet located at /Getfeed the form is just a placeholder for something else, I need to get the servlet working before going ahead... here's the code of index.jsp
[ December 05, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
thanks for the reply I'm still getting a 404, now the message is The requested resource (/rsstest/Getfeed) is not available.
before the message was The requested resource (/rsstest/web/Getfeed) is not available.
I have the jsp inside a directory called "web", eclipse creates projects this way by default and I don't get it.
I had a look at the sample you have in your sign, it works and it has really simple structure, eclipse won't let me create such a simple thing (see the screenshot for what eclipse makes when I create a project)
The important part of Ben's post was the changed "action" form attribute (and the RelativeLinks link for way of explanation). Did you implement it this way? What does the HTML of the form tag look like now?
Originally posted by F. Corsini: I had a look at the sample you have in your sign, it works and it has really simple structure, eclipse won't let me create such a simple thing (see the screenshot for what eclipse makes when I create a project)