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open tomcat start page - http status 404

 
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Hi there -


I have my tomcat up and running without any errors. It used to work fine but when I am runnign now and tryign to access http://localhost:8080 it is giving me 404 error. I don't know what went wrong. I checked teh server.xml and it is pointing to 8080. Can some one help with fix this?

tocmat version I am running is 5.5

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Please check if you are having "index.jsp" under the ROOT folder.

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The default web.xml defines -


these "welcome" files that can be served from the ROOT directory -
did you modify web.xml, is one of those files present?

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