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Thread: Spring MVC -- The requested resource is not available.

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    Default Spring MVC -- The requested resource is not available.

    I have a JSP and controller that aren't working. Here is the link in my JSP.

    <p>Please click on the link below to enter.</p>
    <a href="/getApprovedBulletins">Click here.</a>

    Here is the relevant portions of my controller class.
    @Controller
    @SessionAttributes("bulletin")
    public class BulletinsController {
    	private List<Bulletin> bulletins;
    	private BulletinDAO bulletinDAO;
    	ModelAndView mav = new ModelAndView();
     
    	@RequestMapping(value = "/getApprovedBulletins", method = RequestMethod.GET)
    	public ModelAndView getApprovedBulletins() {
    		try {
    			bulletins = bulletinDAO.getApprovedBulletins();
    			mav.setViewName("EnterBulletin");
    			if (bulletins != null) {
    				mav.addObject("bulletins", bulletins);
    			}
    		} catch (Exception e) {
    			System.out.println(e.getMessage());
    			mav.setViewName("FailurePage");
    		}
     
    		return mav;
    	}

    I get the following error message in my browser window when I click on the link.
    HTTP Status 404 - /getApprovedBulletins
     
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    type Status report
     
    message /getApprovedBulletins
     
    description The requested resource (/getApprovedBulletins) is not available.


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    Default Re: Spring MVC -- The requested resource is not available.

    Try with the below code

    <p>Please click on the link below to enter.</p>
    <a href="./getApprovedBulletins">Click here.</a>

    Also verify whether internalviewresolver bean is properly defined in your <servletname>-servlet.xml

    Thanks

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