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My jsp file is not displayed - tomcat does not pick up the class file

R Naijat
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Joined: Nov 01, 2011
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Hi everybody,
I have a Java code which is a controller for a jsp page, called: HomeController.java. Code is as follows:



There is nothing especial in the jsp page: home.jsp. If I go to this url:

http://localhost:8080/adcopyqueue/mypage

I can view mypage and everything works fine. Also in the tomcat Dos page I can see the comment:



As expected.

Now under the same directory that I have HomeController.java, I've created another file called: LoginController.java. Following is the code:



And under the same place which I have home.jsp, I've created login.jsp.

Also under tomcat folders, LoginController.class exists under the same folder that HomeController.class exists and login.jsp exists under the same folder which home.jsp exists.

But when I go to this url: http://localhost:8080/adcopyqueue/loginpage

Nothing is displayed! I think tomcat does not pick up LoginController.class b/c on the tomcat Dos window, I do NOT see this comment:



Instead I see following which I do not know what do they mean?



The structure and the code for HomeController.java and LoginController.java plus the jsp files match. I have no idea why tomcat sees one of the files and not the other?

Clean build did not help. Does anybody have any idea? Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
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