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Auto Deploy. Question

 
Deepak Dew
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I have a question regarding auto-deployment.
I am copying a .html file in the applications dir of the domain and
the admin server is in dev mode. But when I am pointing my browser at
http://10.194.219.135:7001/vitria.html, I am getting
Error 404--Not Found

It seems the auto deploymeny is not working and I am kind of clueless.

Thanks in advance.

Deepak
 
sunitha reghu
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Did you stop and start the server?
 
Deepak Dew
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I think you don't really need to stop and start the server as WL automatically checks the appliacations/ for any new files to be deployed.
Anyway, I have tried stopping and starting the server also but to no avail.
Thanks
Deepak
 
Marcos Maia
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Originally posted by DeepakD:
I think you don't really need to stop and start the server as WL automatically checks the appliacations/ for any new files to be deployed.
Anyway, I have tried stopping and starting the server also but to no avail.
Thanks
Deepak


That's rigth you don't really need to stop and start the server if you're under development mode.
One thing I miss on your url is the context name, you may only do this if you have configured your app to be the default one.
 
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