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Stripes 1.5 with eclipse 3.5 +tomcat 6

Rashid Ahmed
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Joined: Jul 25, 2009
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hi guys,
i am having a problem getting the "Quick Start Guide" application from stripes to work
http://www.stripesframework.org/display/stripes/Quick+Start+Guide

i replaced the web.xml file with theirs...and also put StripesResources.properties in WEB-INF/classes as they said

i imported all the libs
but still when i start index.jsp (run as---> run on server) in the integrated tomcat (added in eclipse under servers)
i get


so where am i going wrong? is there a way to debug server or app to see what is missing exactly?
i appreciate any help on this
here is a screenshot of my project structure.

Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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index.jsp is inside of WEB-INF, so it can't be accessed directly. Note that the page talks about keeping the index.jsp page in a "quickstart" directory, and then accessing http://localhost:8080/stripes/quickstart/index.jsp


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Rashid Ahmed
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Joined: Jul 25, 2009
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:index.jsp is inside of WEB-INF, so it can't be accessed directly. Note that the page talks about keeping the index.jsp page in a "quickstart" directory, and then accessing http://localhost:8080/stripes/quickstart/index.jsp


thanks for the very quick response
this is the direct link to my jsp http://localhost:8080/StripesQuickStart/index.jsp
so it is not in WEB-INF
, so i need to manually create the quickstart folder in tomcat? and copy relevant files into it? including lib etc?
and there is no way i can test directly from eclipse? and if i do i need to make project name "quickstart"? or do any changes in configs

Ulf Dittmer
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so i need to manually create the quickstart folder in tomcat? and copy relevant files into it? including lib etc? and there is no way i can test directly from eclipse?

I'm not familiar with the web app support built into Eclipse. I do know, however, that it works somewhat differently from how a real Tomcat container would work. So, to the extent that your project differs from what the tutorial talks about, yes, you'll have to make some changes.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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