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Hi,

In the below program, when I submit the login.jsp page, I get the "org.springframework.web.servlet.PageNotFound - No mapping found for HTTP request with URI [/Bookstore/index] in DispatcherServlet with name 'appServlet' message.The index.jsp page is in WEB-INF/views folder.

If I write return "index" instead of "redirect:/index" it works fine. Also If I move the index.jsp page out of the WEB-INF/views folder and keep it inside WebContent, it works fine when written as return "index.jsp". So how to redirect to a different page which is inside WEB-INF/views folder.

the WEB-INF/spring/appServlet/servlet-context.xml is as follows :
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Also If I move the index.jsp page out of the WEB-INF/views folder and keep it inside WebContent, it works fine when written as return "index.jsp".


Here, it works fine when written as return "redirect:/index.jsp".

I found out the answer for this problem.
The dispatcher servlet couldn't locate any mapping for /Bookstore/index. So I modified the LoginController class


The only problem I see here is that the LoginController class has no more @RequestMapping available.
However, the tutorial I'm following has got the program running without this modification.
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