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HTTP 404 error

Singh Vaibhav

Joined: Jul 31, 2008
Posts: 3
I have a web application deployed in JBoss. It is running using Https protocol. Now I have developed a new application and deployed in JBoss. When I try to acces the URL from the first application I get

"HTTP Status 404 - Servlet action is not available"

error. My web application is deployed properly as I can call the servlet but the Action class is not called properly...

As soon as the JBoss starts the Bootstrap servlet is called properly. but then when the we call the Action Class then it is not called it gives 404 error.
[ December 28, 2008: Message edited by: Singh Vaibhav ]
Vinoth Thirunavukarasu
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Joined: Dec 18, 2008
Posts: 164

The path your specified is a case sensitive. So first check it.

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Peter Johnson

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Please post the contents of the web.xml related to your servlet, the exact URL you are using to access the servlet. Also, if there is a stack trace in the console log related to the 404 error, post that also.

Remember to enclose the xml text within 'code' tags - select the text and click the "Code" button under the editor window.

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