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Deployment problem

Pat Peg
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Joined: Feb 04, 2005
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I have recently deployed a simple application in Tomcat. Actually it is a re-deployment of an existing application. I have changed up the �look� and added/modified a servlet. The app works on the development box but once deployed neither the changes in the �look� of the JSP take place nor does the servlet seem to be working. I have deleted the application folder in work/standalone/localhost and re-deployed again but still, no changes. Any ideas as to what is wrong or where I should go next?
William Brogden
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does the servlet seem to be working.

What actually happens when you try to address the servlet?
Does the deployment machine have the same: Java version, tomcat version, additional jar files
Can you use the Management interface to see if the application is even recognized by the deployment machine Tomcat?
Bill
 
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