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Reload error

 
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hi,

I had written a build.xml and its working well. When i had installed Oracle 9i in my system, port no 8080 is not working for tomcat. So i have changed the port to 6060. Now when i am trying to reload the application its giving an error like
Buildfile: D:\........\build.xml
prepare:
compile:
reload:

BUILD FAILED
D:\Projects\ncd-admin\source\build.xml:123: java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://localhost:8080/manager/reload?path=%24%7Bapp.absolutepath%7D

Not only for Reload but for Remove operatiion also.

I had written the code for reomve and Reload like this

<target name="reload" depends="compile" description="Reload application on servlet container">
<reload url="${manager.url}" username="${manager.username}" password="${manager.password}" path="${app.path}"/>
</target>

<target name="remove" description="Remove application on servlet container">
<undeploy url="${manager.url}" username="${manager.username}" password="${manager.password}" path="${app.path}"/>
</target>


I couldnt understand what the problem is. Please suggest any changes,
or if there is any correction to be made?
 
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Well, the path parameter in the URL doesn't look quite right to me. Looks a little bit like an encoded name of an Ant property, so I'd guess that some property isn't set properly (pun not intended).
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