I have an action forward that maps "logoff" to "/Logoff.do". In my jsp page,
I refer the the action as "logoff" (
out), which I thought would then be recognized as a request for
the "/Logoff" action. If I change the case of my link on the jsp page, then
tomcat can't compile the jsp....I am really at a loss....
On Monday 16 December 2002 18:08, email@example.com wrote:
> Could it be the case of your logoffs?
> Try making the case of the forward name the same as the path name.
> It seems like it is looking for "Logoff:"
> Processing a 'GET' for path '/Logoff'
> But your snippet shows "logoff"
> What does the generated HTML show?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nathan Pitts [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 3:45 PM
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: tomcat can't find action class
> Hi all,
> OK I've got Struts In Action and I'm ready for action! Unfortunately, my
> web app isn't. For some reason, my action class cannot be found...? I
> will give the details below. I would really appreciate any advice you guys
> may have.
> Here's the deal:
> All I am trying to do is get Tomcat and Struts to play nice. I am using
> container managed security with a jdbcRealm (no problem logging on). I
> want to create a simple "Logoff" action from within struts. I am using the
> 1.1b_blank_application provided by struts and modifying it, but keep
> getting this error (from catalina.out):
> INFO: Processing a 'GET' for path '/Logoff'
> Dec 16, 2002 5:20:10 PM org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor
> SEVERE: No action instance for path /Logoff could be created
> java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: tahc.hris.action.LogoffAction
> struts-config.xml clip:
> I have an action forward that looks like this:
> path="/pages/Welcome.jsp" />
> My LogoffAction class compiles fine. Here's how I refer to the
> LogoffAction from a jsp page:
> Sign out
> Please send advice! Thanks in advance,
> --Nathan Pitts
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