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I entered http://localhost:8080/ after i startup tomcat from eclipse,
it displays http 404 error, the discription is:
The requested resource (/) is not available.

I checked the eclipse preferences->server->runtime enviroment, and it's no problem.
And, I can visit my project pages correctly.

But, When i startup tomcat from tomcat\bin\startup.bat, then i visit http://localhost:8080/, and i can see tom cat.

That's why?
 
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I think the Eclipse is running the tomcat from different port other than 8080.
Can you check in the tomcat settings page.Just double click on the server in the servers view
and it will open the settings.Check the port there.

cheers,
Saurav
 
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saurav sarkar wrote:I think the Eclipse is running the tomcat from different port other than 8080.
Can you check in the tomcat settings page.Just double click on the server in the servers view
and it will open the settings.Check the port there.

cheers,
Saurav




Thanks, Saurav.

I double click on the server and ....

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ok...then you may close the other tomcat server instance running then run the eclipse one
otherwise change the port in the eclipse settings and proceed.
 
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saurav sarkar wrote:ok...then you may close the other tomcat server instance running then run the eclipse one
otherwise change the port in the eclipse settings and proceed.



Thanks...

It's not work to change the port...

also "The requested resource (/) is not available."
 
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