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First Wicket Problem

Nikhil Jose

Joined: Nov 13, 2010
Posts: 1
I'm new here just like o'm new to web programming and wicket. I was trying to learn wicket framework by going through some of the tutorials available in the net. I decided to create a small hello world program. But when running the application, it gives me error. Can anyone rectify what i'm missing.

These are my configurations and tools
Eclipse Helios
Apache Tomcat 7.0
Wicket 1.4.13

I created the project using Eclipse -> Project -> Web -> Dynamic Web Project. Created packages, added wicket jar to build path,web.xml etc. I tried to run the application through Run -> Run as Server

These are my files.



This is the output i got

Jeremy Wilson
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Joined: Feb 18, 2003
Posts: 166
In your web xml wicket is a filter not a servlet.


Jeremy Wilson
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Joined: Mar 05, 2011
Posts: 1
We have been trying to deploy a Wicket app. Neither the WicketFilter nor the WicketServlet is working.
They both get 404 not found.
Still tweaking the deployment.
rajeev yadav

Joined: Mar 28, 2011
Posts: 26
What is the war name that you are deploying. In address bar try giving in this format:

http://localhost:8080/<war name>

example if war is wickettestapp.war than url will be http://localhost:8080/wickettestapp
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