> have you registered a servlet in your GWT module?
> <servlet class="yourServletClass" path="/test.json"/>
thanks for that hint...
However - are you sure it still works?
<servlet path="url-path" class="classname" /> : For RPC, this element
loads a servlet class mounted at the specified URL path. The URL path
should be absolute and have the form of a directory (for example,
/calendar). Your client code then specifies this URL mapping by
annotating the service interface with the @RemoteServiceRelativePath
attribute. Any number of servlets may be loaded in this manner,
including those from inherited modules.
The <servlet> element applies only to GWT's embedded server
server-side debugging feature.
NOTE: as of GWT 1.6, this tag does no longer loads servlets in
development mode, instead you must configure a WEB-INF/web.xml in your
war directory to load any servlets needed.
> On 29 Nov., 14:54, Raphael André Bauer <raphael.andre.ba...@gmail.com>
>> Hi folks,
>> I want to write a GWTTestcase that fetches a file "from the server".
>> My setup is maven + headless htmlunit for integration testing (target
>> Say I got a json file (named "test.json" I want to read from the
>> server in directory root. Where do I have to put my json file in my
>> "test" setup so that a GET at /test.json returns that file?
>> I always get a Error 404 NOT_FOUND from my jetty in the testcase.
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