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    Peter is offline Senior Member
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    Default Tomcat problem

    I have installed tomcat 5.5.12 and have successfully deployed a J2EE project. But the next day when i tried to access the project folder I got a HTTP 404 error stating that the resource is not available.

    what's wrong? One day I am able to access the project, and the next it says resource unavailable
    Thank you.

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    Are the services still running? if its the next day you may have restarted the OS. The Tomcat services may no longer be running -> could be set to Automatic rather than alway in XP's services folder, the /etc/init.d folder will likely contain the process control in unix/linux so you can check its status there.

    Also, your IIS (XP) or your httpd in unix may not be running, thus you would effectively not be running a web host.

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    Check the logs. There could be something wrong with the settings in your web.xml.

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