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Resource Not Found for Spring Boot  RSS feed

 
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Hi! I have a very simple Spring Boot Application:

SpringBootFirstWebApplication.java



LoginController.java


pom.xml:



But I am getting resource not found error when I go to the webpage: http://localhost:8080/login



Please help. Thanks
 
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Welcome to CodeRanch!

By default, Spring Boot scans for components in the package where your application class is located, or sub-packages. Since com.in28minutes.springboot.web.controller is not a sub-package of com.in28minutes.springboot.web.springbootfirstwebapplication, it is not scanned for components.

I suggest you get rid of the package where your application class is located right now, and move it to com.in28minutes.springboot.web.
 
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Hey! Thanks. It works.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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