I have bought some space at a webhotel saying that it supports application that uses struts.
But when I enter a link like Log in from my index.jsp I just get:
HTTP Status 404 - result 'null' not found
type Status report
message result 'null' not found
description The requested resource (result 'null' not found) is not available.
The webhotel uses a Tomcat fronted by a Apache. At the webhotel I have add a mapping like "/*" that according to theres doc should forwarding all request to the Tomcat.
I first developed my site at home where it of course works fine in a similar environment (tomcat fronted by a apache). At my first attempt to deploy it at the webhotel I got this error. Unfortenately I can not see all logs my self, but the support at the webhotel told me that my app tried to do some "createclassloader" and that is not allowed for me.
So in my hunt to find out why this createclassloader-issue derives from I have stripped the site down to just a simple hello-world-app similar like this: http://www.mkyong.com/struts2/struts-2-hello-world-example/. (My app is supposed to be run as the default app so my.)
But I still get the same error.
I found this post:
Is the "createclassloader"-issue coming from struts? Does it sounds like this might be something that stuts needs to do?
What do you think guys could I facing the same problem? Is this a security-setting-problem? I do not think I got the privileges to change security-settings at the webhotel according to what the support first told me. Is there some other way to solve this?
Else I think that this "product"/"type_of_account" at the webhotel promise to much. If struts need to do the "createclassloader"-thing I doubt there will ever work to run a struts-app or what do you think guys?
I also post some other info in this mail that might be of interest if you guys do not think I'm on the right track.
In my Apache httpd.con I have set this (that I guess is the same mapping that I have done at the webhotel)
JkMount /* worker1
In my web.xml