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getting stuck with stuck-config.xml

 
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Hi Guys,

I am trying to build up a simple login app using struts1. but every time i am clicking on login button i am getting http 404 requested resource (/login) not found. I have tried by googling and do some changes in xml files (both web.xml and struts-config.xml) but could not getting through.

The requested resource (/login) is not available.

Can any body take a look on files and let me know what i am doing wrong ?

strust-config.xml is as follows :-




and web.xml is



login.jsp :




LoginAction.java:-




Thanks,
Manish
 
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Hi Mavi,

Where is LoginForm class ?
 
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Hi Pyla,

Here is the LoginForm.java

 
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Hi Mavi,

In login.jsp remove "/" in form action tag.Then code look like as below.


That's wise your action class is not called.It may be solution for your problem.


Regards,
Pyla.
 
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