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Hi,

Greetings. I have a unique problem. I have Tomcat 5.5,Eclipse 3.2 and Java 1.6 installed in my machine. I installed the sysdeo plugin 3.o for tomcat usage in eclipse. When I create a Tomcat project in my application and try to run the jsp by giving the context path(http://localhost:8080/Test), I get an error saying that 'The requested resource(/Test) is not available'. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Rahesh
 
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I'm not familiar with that specific setup, but as a test have you tried accessing http://localhost:8080/Test/ (with the trailing slash) or http://localhost:8080/Test/index.jsp (or any specific page in that app). In a standard set up http://localhost:8080/Test would be looking for a page called "Test" in your ROOT.war web application.
 
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