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The requested resource is not availabel Error

legolas lisroobian
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Joined: Mar 06, 2005
Posts: 3
Hi
I have made a web application and test it on my local Tomcat, now when i upload it to server it does not works (it stop at beginning)
and say : the index.jsp file is not available which i already copy it in roo of my web application .
web appliation works on local tomcat but it does not works in server
with the following error :


HTTP Status 404 - /index.jsp

type Status report
message /index.jsp
description The requested resource (/index.jsp) is not available.


when i check the root of Webapplication on the server via ftp clients i see that index.jsp is there
William Brogden
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Does your server have any other JSP programs working correctly?
Bill
Craig Jackson
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Joined: Mar 19, 2002
Posts: 405
Do you know if the Server is using the Apache Web Server as the front end, while routing all JSP/SERVLET requests to the Tomat Server?
 
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