posted 6 years ago Mark - thanks again for replying. Mark E Hansen Ranch Hand Posts: 650 posted 6 years ago It sure sounds like you're application is not getting deployed properly. Look at "jboss.web.deployment" with the console and see if your web application is listed there. Where can I find details of Elie Cartan's thesis? http://shpsoftware.com/is-not/jboss-error-starting-static-resources-java-lang-illegalargumentexception-document-base.php
Best Regards, Shannon W. Not the answer you're looking for? Players Characters can't fill the fundamental requirements for a campaign Were students "forced to recite 'Allah is the only God'" in Tennessee public schools? I'm just not sure what else is needed or why I would be getting these HTTP 404 errors.
If not, your compiling failed. But your source (HelloWorld.java) does not seem to show any package name. Previous company name is ISIS, how to list on CV? Nov 24 '11 at 8:12 When the server starts or application is getting deployed, do you see any problems in the logs or console output ? –Santosh Nov 24
posted 3 years ago 2 Shannon Are you sure the context root JBossTest is correct? Ifteqar Ald Ranch Hand Posts: 73 posted 3 years ago
Melinda Savoy Ranch Hand Posts: 387 I like... posted 6 years ago Well I did some additional research and found this additional file info but still encountering HTTP 404 errors: jboss-web.xml:
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please find the below deployment structure. You can go back and edit your messages to fix this. See when you get HTTP 404 and when you get HTTP 500. –Shivan Dragon Nov 24 '11 at 13:16 | show 6 more comments up vote 2 down vote accepted I i tried http://localhost:8080/HelloWorld but the same error HTTP Status 404 - /HelloWorld type Status report message /HelloWorld description The requested resource (/HelloWorld) is not available.
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I switched over to Tomcat and am very happy using that instead.