C:\Java\workspace.metadata.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core\tmp2\wtpwebapps\Sample\WEB-INF\classes (your Sample class should be there) double check if you have permissions in those folders. Other servlets deployed in the same place but more simple work fine. I then modified my web.xml file to map the servlet and tried to run it through the following address http://localhost:8080/ServletTest/Hello However, this did not work, giving the following error HTTP Status Where does the term "Praise the Sun" come from?
posted 9 years ago Then try accessing the sample applications in Tomcat and see if you still get a 404...if not, then try checking the throughly the files names you used When i click on WebAppl link in Tomcat then it gives below error HTTP Status 404 - /WebAppl/ type Status report message /WebAppl/ description The requested resource (/WebAppl/) is not available. share|improve this answer edited Jun 16 '15 at 12:30 answered Jun 16 '15 at 12:02 Milind 818