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    Default The requested resource is not available.

    I getting following error in jsp and servlet

    The requested resource is not available.


    how to solve this
    please help me
    thnx in advance


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    Default Re: The requested resource is not available.

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    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    You haven't given us enough info to help you. At a minimum, post the whole error message. Code to duplicate the problem would be nice.

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    Default Re: The requested resource is not available.

    I'm curious what steps brought on this error. Has the code/program ever worked? Is there a new network problem (a resource that the jsp or servlet tried to interact with)? Has some file (resource) been deleted recently? Can you use a previous working version of the JSP or servlet?

    I think more details need to be provided to realistically solve this. I would be curious what code is being used and what it is trying to do (e.g., with documentation).

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    Default Re: The requested resource is not available.

    this is may be due to the thing that you have created your .jsp or the .html file in the WEB-INF instead of the WebContent folder.

    Solution: Just replace the files that are there in the WEB-INF folder to the Webcontent folder and try executing the same - You will get the appropriate output

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