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I am writing a simple JSP to calculate the distance between 2 points.  When I click on the "Submit" button, I get the following HTTP 404 error:

HTTP Status 404 - /distanceCalc/distanceCalculator.jsp%20method=

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type Status report

message /distanceCalc/distanceCalculator.jsp%20method=

description The requested resource (/distanceCalc/distanceCalculator.jsp%20method=) is not available.


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Apache Tomcat/6.0.16

What am I missing here?  Thank you in advance!
<%@ page import="java.lang.Math.*" %>

 

<html>

<head><title>JSP Distance Calculator</title><head>

<body>

	<h1>Distance Calculator</h1>

	<%

		String x1 = request.getParameter( "x1" );

		String y1 = request.getParameter( "y1" );

		String x2 = request.getParameter( "x2" );

		String y2 = request.getParameter( "y2" );

		

		if( ( x1 != null ) && ( y1 != null ) && 

			 ( x2 != null ) && ( y2 != null ) )

		{

			try

			{				

				Double.valueOf( x1 ).doubleValue( );

				Double.valueOf( y1 ).doubleValue( );

				Double.valueOf( x2 ).doubleValue( );

				Double.valueOf( y2 ).doubleValue( );			

	%>

				<h2>Output</h2>

				

				<font size="3" face="Verdana">

				<p>X1 is <%= x1 %></p>

				<p>Y1 is <%= y1 %></p>

				<p>X2 is <%= x2 %></p>

				<p>Y2 is <%= y2 %></p>

				

				<p>The distance between (X1, Y1) and (X2, Y2) is

					<%= Math.sqrt( ( Double.parseDouble( x1 ) - Double.parseDouble( x2 ) ) *

						          ( Double.parseDouble( x1 ) - Double.parseDouble( x2 ) ) + 

						          ( Double.parseDouble( y1 ) - Double.parseDouble( y2 ) ) *

						          ( Double.parseDouble( y1 ) - Double.parseDouble( y2 ) ) ) %>

				</p>

				</font>

				

				<hr />

			<%

			}

			catch( Exception e )

			{

			%>

				<h2>Error</h2>

				

				<font size="3" face="Verdana" color="red">

				<p>Please complete all fields</p>

				</font>

				<hr />

		<%

			}

		}

		%>

		<form action="distanceCalculator.jsp method="post">

		

			<p>Please enter the value of X1:

				<input type="text" name="x1" length="7"/>

			</p>

			

			<p>Please enter the value of Y1:

				<input type="text" name="y1" length="7"/>

			</p>

			

			<p>Please enter the value of X2:

				<input type="text" name="x2" length="7"/>

			</p>

			

			<p>Please enter the value of Y2:

				<input type="text" name="y2" length="7"/>

			</p>

			

			<p>

				<input type="submit" value="Submit"/>

			</p>

		</form>

	</body>

</html>

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Question by:CharleneS77
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You're missing quotes after distanceCalculator.jsp  in
<form action="distanceCalculator.jsp method="post">
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Thank you!
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