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Default apache tomcat manager problem

hi, basically i cannot access my tomcat manager thus my ant build.xml script is failing when it comes to install/remove a .war archive of my servlet with my tomcat manager. i can access my servlet visiting the URI http://localhost:8080/default/servlet but when i visit http://localhost:8080/manager/ it says "The requested resource (/manager) is not available". I have added a user to tomcat-users.xml with a manager role and manager.xml is in "apache-tomcat-5.5.15\conf\Catalina\localhost". I'm not entirely sure what manager.xml is supposed to contain but it was already in the folder when it told me to put it there whilst i was going through the apache tomcat documentation on how to configure the manager. host-manager.xml is also in the folder. Any help would be much appreciated. Regards.

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