Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread Erik van Oosten

Some more details please.


overseastars wrote:

Hi all

I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. But if
I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work. Any
ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a newbie. So
is the question..


  


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Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread Piller Sébastien

tomcat does work fine with wicket, your problem is elsewhere.

look at the logs, at the console, reinstall, test with a simple hello 
world project, ...


but not tomcat neither wicket are responsible

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Hi all

I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. But if
I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work. Any
ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a newbie. So
is the question..


  



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Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread Erik van Oosten
Actually, there are some weird things with Tomcat. For example 
https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WICKET-847.



Piller Sébastien wrote:

tomcat does work fine with wicket, your problem is elsewhere.

look at the logs, at the console, reinstall, test with a simple hello 
world project, ...


but not tomcat neither wicket are responsible

overseastars a écrit :

Hi all

I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. 
But if

I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work. Any
ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a 
newbie. So

is the question..


  



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Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread overseastars


I dont know exactly the problem. But I went to the logs folder under tomcat
home folder and find nothing there. no files.actually.  also according to
the console on eclipse, I think it doesnt start the wicket development model
at all.



overseastars wrote:
 
 
 Hi all
 
 I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. But
 if I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work.
 Any ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a
 newbie. So is the question..
 
 
 

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Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread Swanthe Lindgren
Did you add the wicket application to you tomcat server instance in 
eclipse? Are you aware that eclipse by default does not deploy to your 
tomcat install folder but to a folder in your workspace 
(D:\workspace\.metadata\.plugins\org.eclipse.wst.server.core)


//Swanthe

overseastars wrote:

I dont know exactly the problem. But I went to the logs folder under tomcat
home folder and find nothing there. no files.actually.  also according to
the console on eclipse, I think it doesnt start the wicket development model
at all.



overseastars wrote:
  

Hi all

I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. But
if I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work.
Any ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a
newbie. So is the question..






  




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Re: tomcat doesnt work with wicket

2008-10-17 Thread Nav Che
You need to initialize the logger, see if u r tomcat conf directory as any
log4j property fileI am running wicket on tomcat with eclipse and i dont
see any issues.

//Nav

On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 8:32 AM, overseastars [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



 I dont know exactly the problem. But I went to the logs folder under tomcat
 home folder and find nothing there. no files.actually.  also according to
 the console on eclipse, I think it doesnt start the wicket development
 model
 at all.



 overseastars wrote:
 
 
  Hi all
 
  I have this strange problem now. If i use jetty, everything is find. But
  if I wanna run wicket application on tomcat in eclipse, it doesnt work.
  Any ideas to solve this? Do I need to do sth with tomcat??? I'm a
  newbie. So is the question..
 
 
 

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