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Problem with Tomcat

 
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Hi,

i am first installing the tomcat 5.5 in my hosting server system and created the one folder(like test) in webapps and place all the jsp files.And also created the another folder(like test2) and place all related files in that.

Now i give the url as http://localhost:8080/test/sample.jsp

http://localhost:8080/test1/home.jsp

Both are working fine.

Now i installed tomcat 6.0 and move the all the files in tomcat 5.5 into tomcat 6.0

Then i give the url as http://localhost:8080/test/sample.jsp

And when i give the another url as

http://localhost:8080/test1/home.jsp

it shows the error messages as



Could you please suggest the problem. Its the urgent. please help to that.
 
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Problem with your JSP page, Post the code for same !!
 
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Thank you for Reply.In my test1 folder i write only one jsp file.i,e home.jsp

<%
out.println("rerereer");
%>

my folder structure is

webapps-->test1-->home.jsp
--->WEB-INF(web.xml)

Please suggest the further solution.
 
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Its a Tomcat .jar version mismatch issue.
Look here for detail.

 
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Sagar Rohankar wrote:

Its a Tomcat .jar version mismatch issue.
Look here for detail.



Hi,

What is the solution for it. I am also facing this issue. Without any deployment it will work fine. But when you deploy something in that then it gives issue.

Regards
Rasa
 
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