Http Status 404 Error In Jboss
Reply With Quote 03-09-2011,09:40 AM #9 Tolls Moderator Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 12,953 Rep Power 22 How are you starting Tomcat? Regards. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- type Status report message /SCM/ description The requested resource (/SCM/) is not available. I would start looking for what has changed since the application was last working. Will load the default rule set. 10:30:22,652 INFO [Http11BaseProtocol] Initializing Coyote HTTP/1.1 on http-0.0.0.0-8080 10:30:22,652 INFO [Catalina] Initialization processed in 328 ms 10:30:22,652 INFO [StandardService] Starting service jboss.web 10:30:22,652 INFO [StandardEngine] http://upintheaether.com/http-status/http-status-500-error-in-jboss.php
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Http Status 404 Jboss The Requested Resource Is Not Available
Thanks for the reply. bt still no output Reply With Quote 03-10-2011,10:06 AM #16 Tolls Moderator Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 12,953 Rep Power 22 It'll be something like that. Any suggestions, direction or help would be greatly appreciated. Mark E Hansen Ranch Hand Posts: 650 posted 6 years ago Melinda, I'm sorry you're in such a position.
Thanks again. Will load the default rule set. 10:30:22,324 INFO [ClusterRuleSetFactory] Unable to find a cluster rule set in the classpath. a goodman 4.597 weergaven 4:36 How to resolve 404 Error with Tomcat Server and Eclipse - Duur: 1:48. Jbweb000069: Description Jbweb000124: The Requested Resource Is Not Available. There should be a line stating that your application was deployed 'successful'.
Bezig... Jboss 404 Resource Not Available posted 5 years ago moudj, welcome to Java Ranch! I am still using JBoss 4.0.5GA as the server and the config has not changed in that server at all. The section of the application.xml file should look like this:
Advertentie Autoplay Wanneer autoplay is ingeschakeld, wordt een aanbevolen video automatisch als volgende afgespeeld. Jbweb000065: Http Status 404 I am using Eclipse 3.5.SR1. : HTTP Status 404 - /SCM/ My context root in my Eclipse web project is: SCM Are you sure? Breaking an equation if statement - short circuit evaluation vs readability Are leet passwords easily crackable? You can go back and edit your messages to fix this.
Jboss 404 Resource Not Available
posted 6 years ago This is only the context path - what about the name of the servlet, or the name of the JSP ?? https://coderanch.com/t/480121/JBoss/HTTP-error-JBoss Have a look at the following line from your server.log output: 10:30:32,668 INFO [TomcatDeployer] deploy, ctxPath=/, warUrl=.../tmp/deploy/tmp3083093054379094778SCMWebEAR.ear-contents/SCM-exp.war/ It sure sounds like your context path is not getting set properly. Http Status 404 Jboss The Requested Resource Is Not Available Version: 1.5, Build: 955 10:30:33,590 INFO [EARDeployer] Started J2EE application: file:/C:/server/jboss-4.0.5/server/default/deploy/SCMWebEAR.ear 10:30:33,637 INFO [Http11BaseProtocol] Starting Coyote HTTP/1.1 on http-0.0.0.0-8080 10:30:33,715 INFO [ChannelSocket] JK: ajp13 listening on /0.0.0.0:8009 10:30:33,746 INFO [JkMain] Jk The Requested Resource Is Not Available Jboss 7 We're definitely in a pickle so to speak.
I'm not sure how to verify what should be the context path of the web application, so I hope someone else will chime in here and help you. click site The fact that the original application architect didn't leave any documentation on how to maintain the application is going to cause problems for your company - someone is going to have posted 6 years ago What URL are you using to access the servlet? If so, can you provide them, as well as your web.xml file? Jboss War Deployed But 404
I do have a jboss-web.xml setup in my WEB-INFO folder. Sorry you've been working on this for so long. Melinda Savoy Ranch Hand Posts: 387 I like... http://upintheaether.com/http-status/http-status-500-error-in-jsp.php Not the answer you're looking for?
posted 6 years ago I am encountering an HTTP 404 error when trying to execute my website from the JBoss in my local environment in Eclipse. Jbweb000065 Error Not the answer you're looking for? Is the app called B?
posted 6 years ago Mark - thanks again for replying.
Why Map Key should be Immutable Object ? When you include your XML files (and other similar content), you should enclose it within code tags. This should give you a list of deployments. Jbweb000065: Http Status 500 In console any errors are absent.
Regards. How to find positive things in a code review? Inloggen Transcript Statistieken 92.294 weergaven 22 Vind je dit een leuke video? More about the author Thnx for replying..
posted 6 years ago I forgot to say that I am entering in my URL address field of my browser: http://localhost:8080/SCM/ Thanks. It looks like you've set the context root for the application to "/", which means you would be accessing it using http://localhost:8080/, without the SCM part. I wonder if that could have something to do with it? Again, your time and help is very much appreciated.
If your application is listed, click on it to get more information. Laden... That means that LoginServlet is missing, or has a different name, or something like that. The structure looks fine, though I still question why your Java files are in there.
Laden... i've checked, everythn's fine... Inloggen Delen Meer Rapporteren Wil je een melding indienen over de video? Thanks anyway.
I tried using 3.4.2 but still had bug issues.