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From Jeremy Quinn <jer...@media.demon.co.uk>
Subject Complicated setup
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2002 14:34:35 GMT
Hi All

Can anyone advise me on getting this complicated setup right?

We have a website that will have some stuff served by Cocoon and some 
served by Apache.

It is not easy to separate them out because we need to retain legacy 
URLs. Likewise, it is not possible to give Cocoon served material a URL 
prefix, primarily because we need Cocoon to serve the home page of the 
site.

 From Cocoon:

	/
	/index
	/general/*
	/archive/*
	/x-space/*
	etc. (about 10 items)

 From Apache:

	/images/*
	/movies/*
	/audio/*
	/x-spaceprojects/*
	/harlem/*
	etc. (also about 10 items)


And then we need Slide-based WebDAV access to the Cocoon based 
material, with Cocoon generating from the Slide repository ..... and 
this I have still never had working .....

If necessary we /could/:
a) place all static content in a single directory and redirect (legacy 
URLs) into it from Cocoon.
b) use virtual-hosts, one for Cocoon and one for the static stuff and 
redirect from Cocoon. But redirecting to images etc. is not that great 
;)

I am getting confused with all the options ...... virtual-hosts, 
web-app, JK, JK2 connectors and all the options in them!

Have any of you lot tried any of this before?
How did you approach it?

Many thanks for any help


regards Jeremy








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