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    unname2010 is offline Member
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    Default how to fix "description the requested resource () is not available"

    Hello,i'm newbie,i know this title have a lot,but i still not resolve my problem
    - i have a project XXX,i copied all source code to .../webapps/ROOT/XXX folder and then i go http://localhost:8080/XXX . it alert "description the requested resource () is not available"
    in another case,i login to tomcat manager and deploy XXX.war,then i see source code in webapps folder ,must not ROOT folder ? i don't know why ??

    please help me

    Thank a lot !

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    Default Re: how to fix "description the requested resource () is not available"

    Webapps go in the webapps folder, not in the webapps/ROOT, which contains (I think) the Tomcat admin stuff.
    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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    Default Re: how to fix "description the requested resource () is not available"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolls View Post
    Webapps go in the webapps folder, not in the webapps/ROOT, which contains (I think) the Tomcat admin stuff.
    but my project not run in webapps folder ? i trying to create file.jsp in ROOT folder,it work,but i don't know why ? my project is not ?
    if my project in webapps folder,what should i do to it work?

    Thanks

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    Tolls is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: how to fix "description the requested resource () is not available"

    ROOT is Tomcats admin home.
    Sticking it in there is not creating an app.

    Do you know what a webapp is supposed to look like, if not then I'd suggest reading up on it.
    If you do and deploying your .war into the webapps folder doe snot work then there is likely to be an error in the Tomcat logs which will tell you what the problem is.
    If you don't know what the errors mean, then post them here, otherwise we are simply guessing.
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