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Servlet 3.0 HTTP 404 - The requested resource () is not available

 
Joey Sanchez
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Environment:

Ubuntu 12.04
Apache Tomcat 7.0.27
Eclipse 4.2 (Juno)
Servlet 3.0
Openjdk 7
Trying to do a FileCounter with Servlet 3.0, I get this error on URL

http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/.

Wouldn't have to be http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/FileCounter?

Estado HTTP 404 -

type Informe de estado

mensaje

descripción El recurso requerido () no está disponible.

Apache Tomcat/7.0.2
6

Structure

wtp.filecounter
-dao
- -FileDao.java
-servlets
- -FileCounter.java

FileDao.java read and update visitors to a file



FileCounter.java servlet that read counter and write in text plain



web.xml


Any idea about what's wrong?

When I run on server the project open ''http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/'' instead of ''http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/FileCounter'' and the second URL works
 
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Joey Sanchez wrote:
When I run on server the project open ''http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/'' instead of ''http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/FileCounter'' and the second URL works


Hi Joey

The second one works because that where the servlet is found. The "wtp.filecounter" portion is your application context. If you want to access the servlet using "http://localhost:8080/wtp.filecounter/" then you need to change your welcome file to point to the FileCounter servlet instead of using those default welcome files.

 
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