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MS Office do not post to correct Servlet.

Harish Tam
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Joined: Feb 17, 2005
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Hello all,

I am having a local web running on jboss application server. and want to post this web link on my power point presentation
when i use http://localhost:8180/Web/ even tried with http://localhost:8180/Web
it goes to J_Security_check error, i have even tried this with my machine name and tried but the same result.
Here Web is my servlet mapping used in the web.xml

can anybody help me as to how to do this , i even tried inserting the same link in MS word but the same result. not sure if MS Office does something wired out here.

Thanks


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Rob Spoor
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Harish Tam wrote:it goes to J_Security_check error

That means that you've added security constraints to your web application, and PowerPoint is not authenticating itself (properly). You need to figure out how to do that (if it's at all possible).


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