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Spring MVC question

 
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Spring 3.0.5
Tomcat 7.0.12


Hello:

I am new to Spring MVC and having trouble. When I enter the URL "http://localhost:8080/FantasyPro/"
I get a 404 and the following message appears in my console:

WARNING: No mapping found for HTTP request with URI [/FantasyPro/] in DispatcherServlet with name 'fantasypro'

I am trying to get to /index.html.
Here is my controller:




Here is my web.xml:



Here is my context file (fantasypro-servlet.xml):



This is driving me nuts. Can anybody see a problem?

Thanks,
Eric
 
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Hi John,

I am experiencing the same problem. If you got the solution then do tell me.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Gaurav Sandil wrote:Hi John,

I am experiencing the same problem. If you got the solution then do tell me.

Thanks in advance.



This thread is a bit old. So the OP might not be around.

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