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    Promblems with Tomcat on NT4


    Hi!

    I have (small?) problem with getting Tomcat to work the way I want on NT4. I followed the instructions in "Slapping Together A JSP Development Environment".

    The problem is this, when I try do surf to http://localhost/test.jsp (wich is directly under the "Apache-root), or any subfolder, I get this error message:

    Not Found (404)

    Original request: /test.jsp

    Not found request: /test.jsp

    But if I rename the file to test.html I donīt get the 404-error. The only place it seems that I can use jsp-files is under Tomcats-folder. (http://localhost/examples and so on)

    Is it supposed to be like this? Or should you be able to use jsp-files anywhere on the webserver (like with for example PHP)?

    /Dofilus
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    Lightbulb Try this!


    Have you modified the Server.xml from the Tomcat/conf directory?
    You need to specify something like:

    <Host name="yourdomain.com">
    <Context path="" docBase="c:/pathToYourRootDir" debug="0"/>
    </Host>

    Something like when adding a new VirtualHost to Apache
    You will probably have to modify the Apache's httpd.conf and
    Windows's hosts file

    Peter

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