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Default HTTP status 404-Servlet action is not available

Hi There

I am using JBoss 4.0.2 GA, Netbeans 5.5.1 and Oracle 10g Express Edition as DBMS. I am using struts 1.2(bundled with Netbeans). I have Stucked around a problem as stated above.

Here are the Details:

Well Here are my sections of struts-config.xml

        <form-bean name="logon" type="org.apache.struts.action.DynaActionForm">
          <form-property name="username" type="java.lang.String"/>
          <form-property name="password" type="java.lang.String"/>

        <action name="logon" path="/logon"
            type="com.SMS.view.logon" scope="request" >
              <forward name="success.admin" path="/pages/admin.jsp"/>
              <forward name="success.hod" path="/pages/hod.jsp"/>
              <forward name="success.hr" path="/pages/hr.jsp"/>
              <forward name="sucess.admission" path="/pages/admission/jsp"/>
              <forward name="Fails" path="/pages/welcome.jsp"/>


Now My action servlet that extends action -- logon.java in package com.SMS.view
public class logon extends Action {

    public ActionForward execute(ActionMapping mapping, ActionForm form,
                                 HttpServletRequest request,
                                 HttpServletResponse response) throws IOException,
                                                                      ServletException {

              String uid=(String)((DynaActionForm)form).get("username") ;
        String pass=(String)((DynaActionForm)form).get("password" );
        CheckUser chk=new CheckUser();
        LoginType lgs=chk.getValidUser(uid, pass);

           if(lgs.isIsValid()&& lgs.getType().equals("admin"))
                  return mapping.findForward("success.admin");
        else if (lgs.isIsValid()&& lgs.getType().equals("hod"))
            return mapping.findForward("success.hod");
        else if (lgs.isIsValid()&& lgs.getType().equals("hr"))
            return mapping.findForward("success.hr");
        else if (lgs.isIsValid()&& lgs.getType().equals("admission"))
            return mapping.findForward("success.admission");
             HttpSession ss=request.getSession();
             ss.setAttribute("loginErrorMsg","Please check username or Password");
             return mapping.findForward("Fails");

Finally my JSP page.
<html:form action="/logon.do">
            <table cellspacing="2" cellpadding="3" border="2" width="50%"
                    <th width="26%">
                    <td width="74%">
                        <html:text property="username"/>
                    <th width="26%">
                    <td width="74%">
                        <html:password property="password"/>
                    <th width="26%">

                    <td width="74%">
                    <th width="26%" colspan="2">
            String loginerrormsg = null;
            loginerrormsg = (String) session.getAttribute("loginErrorMsg");
            if (loginerrormsg != null) {
            <%= loginerrormsg %>

On running the project and logging in I am facing error of
HTTP status 404- Servlet action is not available

Please tell me how to figure this out?


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