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Struts issue on tomcat

 
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I have a Cpanel server with Tomcat installed. A customer has developed an application using struts. He is facing an issue with his application which I am not able to resolve. The application works fine locally. The homepage of the website opens fine, and even some modules work properly, the ones which are directly on the root directory. However, the modules which are under any directory throw 404 error. For example, http://www.abc.com/branchMasterRegio...RegionalMaster works fine, but http://www.abc.com/fund/fundTypeMast...d=showFundType throws 404 error. I cannot find any error in the Tomcat log file and all the files seem to be proper.

How can I resolve the issue?
 
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Can I have more detail,
like
where the action mapping declared, in struts.xml or say, fund.xml,
namespace declared in sturt.xml or fund.xml,
when the action is called what path it refers to,
filter mapping in web.xml

I think it could be due to namespace mapping, and thus it shows 404 Resource not found

Suppose, you have fund.xml where you have declared mapping for fundtypemaster action class,
check this action mapping refers to proper resources(eg class,jsp)
check what the namespace on the fund.xml,
check you have included fund.xml in struts.xml,
check there is any filter maping for this namespace
 
Nitesh Shah
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Give me your email address. I will email you the struts-config.xml, struts-fund.xml and web.xml files.
 
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