Cant see the demo ZK application

asked 2009-02-14 16:09:22 +0800

miketelem gravatar image miketelem
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I followed the instructions on the step by step tutorial, all went fine but when i start my tomcat (v 6) i cant get to myZK demo app. instead i get this message: "The requested resource (/myZK/) is not available".
The tomcat seems to run fine, the manager applciation works ok and I see the myZK folder as running.

Any assistance will be appriciated

Thank, Mike.

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answered 2009-02-16 01:10:15 +0800

iantsai gravatar image iantsai
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How you deploy your zkdemo archive in Tomcat?

zkdemo is nothing different then a simple Java EE Web application.

If you put your ZK Jars in share folder, please move them back to WEB-INF/lib/

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answered 2010-03-05 08:36:55 +0800

jasonphos gravatar image jasonphos
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I'm having the same problem. I believe I have followed all steps in the quick installation guide, found here: http://zkoss.org/doc/installzk.dsp (Which matches the zk-quickstart-5.0.0.pdf), and the application shows as running in TomCat. However, when I try to go http://localhost:8080/zkdemo/, I get the message "The requested resource (/zkdemo/) is not available."

Is there anything I should check, or anything you can recommend that I can do? The log files in Tomcat don't have anything... I'm not sure what else I can take a look at, to try to figure out why it isn't working.

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answered 2010-03-05 09:15:25 +0800

jasonphos gravatar image jasonphos
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Still can't get it to work. Btw, I downloaded the resort demo (Downloaded the .war file), and i dropped that into my Tomcat webapps folder. It loaded just fine, and it runs perfectly.

so there is something wrong with what I am doing to get a demo going from scratch, but I'm not sure what it is. Any pointers? I can try again a different way, or whatever you might suggest...

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answered 2010-03-05 10:31:22 +0800

jasonphos gravatar image jasonphos
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nevermind, I apologize. In my haste I had mispelled the url, clicking on the tomcat app and using the url from there showed me the problem. Sorry for the trouble!

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