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Problem running app under Tomcat v7

 
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I tried to run the app on Tomcat in Eclipse but keep getting this error "The requested resource (/Ecommerce/) is not available." - what might be wrong? In the tomcat directory "wtpwebapps" - I don't see any jsp files and I dont why this is. And there is an actual jsp file in the project. I can attach the project if anyone wants to try.

HelloWorldController.java



web.xml


dispatcher-servlet.xml


 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Did you look at the Tomcat logfiles? Do you see there that your webapp is being properly deployed, or is there an error message that something went wrong with the deployment of the webapp? Or is there nothing at all about your webapp in the logs, which might mean that Tomcat doesn't find your webapp at all?
 
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I managed to get it working this morning, not sure what was wrong but I just created a new app today.
 
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