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Anyone tried Tomcat 4.1.7? - bedding down prob

Jim Petersen
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Joined: Jul 24, 2001
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Hi there I downloaded tc 4.1.7 over the weekend to play with it and there seem to be a few nice new features included. My overall impression is that it easier to get up and running than previous versions.
I have one small problem in trying to log into the tc administration application on the default home page (ie http://localhost:8080/admin)
I get a 500 error saying
"javax.servlet.ServletException: Missing message for key application.title"
any suggestions?


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ersin eser
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Joined: Feb 22, 2001
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May be looking for "title" in some sort of properties file ?
Tim Holloway
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That's a common error for a Struts-based webapp to emit. For that case it means that either the web.xml file has mis-specified the path of the application properties file OR that the application properties file doesn't have a property named "application.title" defined in it.


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Jim Petersen
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Cheers guys
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