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From Ken Hensel <khen...@sis125.berkeley.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_jk3, Tomcat, Apache2 Wildcard problem (Linux)
Date Sat, 20 Mar 2004 03:40:19 GMT

I thought some people might want to know.  I don't have this problem any 
more.
The problem seems to be when the workers2.properties is used for the 
urisets.

I took them out and put them into mod_jk2.conf, which is statically 
included into httpd.conf, as
 
<Location "/myapp/*.jsp">
        JkUriSet group ajp13:localhost:8009
</Location> 
<Location "/myapp/pub/dir/*">
        JkUriSet group ajp13:localhost:8009
</Location>

I also found that Apache seemed to get confused when the Alias to the 
directory for the static web content was the same as the application 
name.  I was getting erratic behavior -- images would show up once then 
on the next screen disappear...
I called the static content directory myapp-static and it was resolved.

Thanks anyway


Ken Hensel wrote:

> Help please,
>
> I have searched far and wide, but found no answer to this question - 
> although one guy had the same problem and reverted to mod_jk as a 
> solution.  This is not a solution for me.
>
> I have the following in my workers2.properties file:
>
> [uri:/myapp/]
> [uri:/myapp/*.jsp]
> [uri:/myapp/dir1/*.jsp]
> [uri:/myapp/dir1/dir2]
> [uri:/myapp/dir2/*]
>
> Everything works as expected except for the final one.  The wildcard 
> (*) by itself after a / is not working.  Instead it tries to access 
> the pathname on DocumentRoot instead of Tomcat (4.1).
> Has anyone had this problem?  I used both binaries and also build 
> Apache2 and jakarta-tomcat-connectors from source with the same problem.
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks, Ken
>
>
>
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