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Error in web.xml

 
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Am using to servlets in my web application server side coding for android. One of the servlet is working fine (userlogin)
and for the another servlet it shows red underline as shown below.

 
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Red underline? So I assume this is in an IDE? Does the IDE not tell you what the error is?
 
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nope no error is reporting..am using eclipse indigo..
 
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Is it just tagging the words as misspelled in the dictionary??

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I have little patience with IDEs. Does the web app work? What error messages do you get when you deploy it?
 
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In the servlet declaration, the servlet name is missing the ending t. That causes the servlet mapping to refer to a non-existing servlet.
 
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