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hi everyone,

i had a doubt regarding installing and running tomcat...

i have extracted tomcat folder along with the project folder from a repository... and i am able to run my web application without any hassles...

what i need to know is when i enter http://localhost:8080 in my browser.. i don't see tomcat manager....

then how is my application running?? how is it possible

thanks
 
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The URL http://localhost:8080 is the home page of the Tomcat root web application, not of the Manager application. What do you see at that URL? Is something not working?
 
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hi ulf,

when entering the url, i get the error as "requested resource not found"...
 
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Originally posted by aryan kapoor:

i have extracted tomcat folder along with the project folder from a repository...



What do you mean by extracted?
Did you get Tocmat from Tomcat's site or are you using a version provided by your workplace or school?
 
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