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  • problem in integrating Eclipse 3.3.0, Spring, apache-tomcat 5.5.25, JRE 5

    Dear Friends:

    I have problem in integrating Eclipse 3.3.0, Spring, apache-tomcat 5.5.25, JRE 5.

    First can this programs work togehter on Win XP os?

    my 1st problem is I set up the apache-tomcat server and when I try http://localhost:8080/ it show me the following error report:

    HTTP Status 404 - /

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    type Status report

    message /

    description The requested resource (/) is not available.


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Apache Tomcat/5.5.25



    any help will be apriciated
    henk

  • #2
    Spring on XP

    Yes, it should work on XP. I use XP and Vista for development. So far so good.

    Your Tomcat problem is likely detailed in the Tomcat logs.
    If not, you can get lots of help at the Tomcat mailing list. It is very active.

    Your current problem is not related to Spring - those will come later

    You are on the right track. Get Tomcat working first.

    Make sure that you followed all of the installation instructions correctly. Check JAVA_HOME and CATALINA_HOME to make sure that you have them set correctly. Did Tomcat startup OK - check the logs for messages.

    Good luck

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    • #3
      tanks

      tanks ronwheeler!

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      • #4
        Solution@ integrating Eclipse 3.3.0, Spring, apache-tomcat 5.5.25, JRE 5

        Hi I am also new in spring. But to run your apache server you can follow following steps:
        1) Download Apache from http://tomcat.apache.org/download-55.cgi
        Choose Download | Tomcat6 | Binary Distribution
        2) unzip into E:\apache-tomcat-6.0.14
        3) Install JDK5 or JRE 5 into c:\java
        4) My Computer | System Property(right Click on my Computer) | Advance| Environment variable|User variable | New |and set Variable Name="JAVA_HOME"
        and value=your jdk installation folder( Here c:\java)
        5) Run | cmd |
        cd e:
        cd apache-tomcat-6.0.14\bin\startup.bat

        Now from browser try http://localhost:8080
        I think it will work smoothly.

        Regards
        -naba

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