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Auto-deploy(?) not working [message #550466] Fri, 30 July 2010 13:17 Go to next message
Stephen  is currently offline Stephen Friend
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Registered: July 2010
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Hi - I'm new to this forum (and relatively new to using Eclipse as an IDE), so apologies if this is a FAQ. I've been happily using Eclipse with Tomcat (6) for developing some code. I edit a file, save, switch to a browser and go to localhost:8080 and view my changes - no problems.

However, it's suddenly stopped working. Now when I go to localhost:8080 I only see errors saying that my servlets/classes cannot be found. I'm sure I've made no changes. My web.xml look fine - I've gone back to code that I know worked fine. I've re-installed both Eclipse and Tomcat etc, but nothing I do seems to make it work again.

Any tips, ideas what I should be looking for here? It's driving me mad!!!

Stephen
Re: Auto-deploy(?) not working [message #550529 is a reply to message #550466] Fri, 30 July 2010 16:32 Go to previous message
Larry Isaacs is currently offline Larry IsaacsFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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On 7/30/2010 9:17 AM, Stephen wrote:
> Hi - I'm new to this forum (and relatively new to using Eclipse as an
> IDE), so apologies if this is a FAQ. I've been happily using Eclipse
> with Tomcat (6) for developing some code. I edit a file, save, switch to
> a browser and go to localhost:8080 and view my changes - no problems.
> However, it's suddenly stopped working. Now when I go to localhost:8080
> I only see errors saying that my servlets/classes cannot be found. I'm
> sure I've made no changes. My web.xml look fine - I've gone back to code
> that I know worked fine. I've re-installed both Eclipse and Tomcat etc,
> but nothing I do seems to make it work again.
>
> Any tips, ideas what I should be looking for here? It's driving me mad!!!
>
> Stephen

Have you verified that that the missing classes are being published to
the project's folder under
" .metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\tmp?\wtpwebap ps "? If
not present, try right-clicking on the server in the Servers view and
selecting "Clean".

Cheers,
Larry
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