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Old 08-06-2001, 02:01 PM   #1
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Apache-Tomcat Configuration

I have configured Apache and Tomcat and both are working... however, when I put files in Tomcat's root directory (in my case: /servidor_web/binarios/tomcat_bin/tomcat/webapps/web_raiz) the servlets don't work. An example of this can be seen at I see the page index.html just fine, but when I type in a user name and password I get an error page saying it doesn't exist. If you try it out you can put any user/password and you should get an error screen saying your login is incorrect.
Old 08-29-2001, 11:46 PM   #2
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The next page it is looking for is:

What you should be looking for is:

See the difference? Added the project name 'web_raiz' before servlet.

That does work, I did test that on your web page.



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