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hi
  im having a servlet called Mediator.java under my
tomcat/webapps/myfolder/web-inf/classes/src.

i hv mapped this servlet in web.xml under the folder
tomcat/webapps/myfolder/web-inf

but im getting the error HTTP 404 description The requested resource
(/myfolder/src/Mediator) is not available

any idea wat i cud be doing wrong, is there anything i missed in
settings?

papu
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Look at what is in your log file(s)

E.g. /var/log/httpd/mysite-error_log ...

This will give you the system reason, not the error returned to the client.
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Sounds like your problem: http://www.junlu.com/msg/50017.html
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