A 404 typically means that you aren't using the correct Web context root or have a typo in the HTML file name. Somehow I had deleted attachments/mywiki-att/mylogo.jpg-dir/0.jpg. Option 7 (1.5)" Therefore, if you want to ensure that 1.5 is used by Tomcat, it is important to use the technique described here where you explicitly set the JVM for The Wiki is doing great things for my positive visibility with my superiors. http://wx2me.com/severe-error/severe-error-filterstart-tomcat-6.php
I used a older version of java class files (under WEB-INF/classes folder) and the problem disappeared. From your description it sounds plausible. (If all else fails, try increasing the maximum space available to your JVM via the -Xmx switch. Thanks. --zjg_robin, 18-Aug-2007 Right have got JSPWiki v2.5.93-beta up and running on a linux server and everything is running fine so far, have added lots of content and it's all going Actual error is: JSPWiki has detected an error Error Message mmAllocLargeArray(jniGetVMThread(env), (ClassP)c, (ObjectP*)res, len) Exception java.lang.OutOfMemoryError Place where detected java.lang.StringBuffer.append(), line -1 If you have changed the templates, please do check
After Tomcat startup logs show the following: Exception in thread "JSPWiki Lucene Indexer" com.ecyrd.jspwiki.InternalWikiException: unable to create Lucene index at com.ecyrd.jspwiki.util.WikiBackgroundThread.run(WikiBackgroundThread.java:142) Sep 17, 2006 11:34:58 PM org.apache.catalina.core.ApplicationContext log INFO: JSPWiki: Unable It added all the information to the list of Web Modules just like before except it did not fill anything into the Module column. But before, I also had made a copy of the PC instalation to the AS400 and the result was the same. I can't figure out why it is not on the list though.
I'd have to do a clean install to figure that out, and I'm too > lazy. :) > > Josh Rehman wrote: > >> This is wierd. Can someone suggest a way I can debug this problem more? jspwiki.policy does not work Issues with Upgrade to 2.4.104 Image Frame - Rounded Corners Uploading attachment causes Exception report default group? I then selected the "Add Web Module" button where a list of available web modules was displayed.
This is the accepted answer. Thanks for the info. Therefore, what you are attempting to do is not very easy to do with policy files, since the permission is not really a regexp... Then I change my mind and rename that first page, leaving the very same content Problem : In my Category page, wich consist only in the ReferringPagesPlugin's code, both pages appear
regards, ajith ravi kumar how to resolve it i am having same problem exoddus thanks a lot! June 5, 2013 at 21:28 by Ed | Thanks, something worked -- finally! (I will take small victories) 🙂 September 13, 2013 at 04:32 by Anonymous | Awesome tip!! targetService is > ExerciseSupportServicesSoap". > The only thing that I did was change the build order and do a clean > build of all the projects and now the Web Service I couldn't find jspwiki.databaseProvider.url jspwiki.databaseProvider.username jspwiki.databaseProvider.password jspwiki.databaseProvider.driver jspwiki.databaseProvider.default.page.dir these properties in JSPWiki.properties.
I still had to blindly debug getting Guice-Servlet's filter to work but anything added to that seems to just work. –Benju Jun 21 '10 at 16:54 1 It appears that Maybe one of the IBM'ers can tell us whether that works or just try it and see what happens. i migrate docs and attachements but on the new server, some links are broken (i must edit page instead of read it). Mvgr, Martin Ben wrote: > Latest result, I went back to a backup copy of my workspace and opened > up Eclipse with my Web Service project in it.
After upgrade of xerces in web-application everything became fine. see here Has anyone else run across this issue? Please check your configuration (or if you're a developer, check your own code.) I would appreciate any help you can offer. -- Harlan Sounds like a permission issue. Updated on 2014-03-25T05:20:18Z at 2014-03-25T05:20:18Z by iron-man JLScreen 270000VM2G 29 Posts Re: Tomcat in iSeries Error - 404 - /CallRPGProjectWeb/CallRPGClient-en_US.html 2010-03-26T17:29:06Z This is the accepted answer.
Does the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics necessarily imply every world exist? The log files have changed significantly, though, so I'll attache them. The server was launced, the client > appeared, I entered my parameters and the expected result was returned. > > I then did a clean build of all projects. http://wx2me.com/severe-error/severe-error-filterstart-tomcat.php Nothing really serious is probably going on: at worst you can lose a few nights sleep.
Thanks again in advance. In order to deploy Web projects to a lower-level JDK I make a change as shown in the attachment. Are you certain that the Web context root and HTML file name are correct in case and spelling?
Check tomcat's conf/web.xml. It does contain a few exceptions that doesn't seem to have anything to do with the problem - which I suspect is a Struts problem in my case. –Arne Evertsson Nov There's a known bug in jspwiki < 2.4.65 which causes the Main page to be visible if accessed through the default URL... -- JanneJalkanen --ChuckDeal, 19-Sep-2006 Hi all experts, I'm triying Can't you see even the index page in the list of all pages?
I press Home tab on the right corner of wiki page to go to Main page. 5. We use Tomcat on IBM i extensively and I would be happy to take a look (no charge) if you want to provide access to your system. Suggestions, input and feedback is always welcome, just drop us a note and we'd be happy to hear from you. http://wx2me.com/severe-error/severe-error-filterstart-in-tomcat-5-0.php I did another clean build all and everyone of the projects was returned without an error.
This are the type of afirmations that puts all clear. the issue was due to, missing Struts2 Libraries in the deployment path. Rather fast and robust approach: Try to remove everything which can cause any problem from web.xml. A 404 typically means that you aren't using the correct Web context root or have a typo in the HTML file name.
The only way of achieving this I can think of would be to use a WikiServlet that serves static content as is and only dispatches requests for WikiPages. I hope I was clear about my problem. When an unauthenticated user tries to access the main page, he/she is redirected to the Login page Search Problem Revision function not working properly Page Names with blanks Internationalization Issue with It filled in the path, document base, and auto reload columns but left the Module column blank.
share|improve this answer answered Jan 16 '15 at 9:17 Gennady Nikolaev 412 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Setting up log4j logging for Tomcat is pretty simple. But it should be there in /webapps//WEB-INF/classes/ December 16, 2014 at 07:47 by prachi | woowwww… it works, it really helped me thanx a lot January 20, 2015 at 07:42 by without this I could not have figured out what was the problem March 21, 2015 at 15:19 by Ravi | Thanks This is really helped me I have added this properties Also, check that nobody has set that timeout to be less.
Tomcat 5.2.23 with jcifs filter for for integration with NTLM. That seems to work because I am now prompted to enter a user ID. I attempted to run the client again. I hope that this information and the log could help to clarify.
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