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From lightbulb432 <>
Subject [users@httpd] Same file extension for httpd and Tomcat
Date Wed, 16 May 2007 15:46:40 GMT

It’s possible to serve static content (such as images, stylesheets, and
static pages) with httpd and dynamic pages with Tomcat – however, is it
possible for the static and dynamic pages to both have the same extension?
(e.g. .jsp, for example)

I’d like for users to type in and
(both are at the same level of the hierarchy), where static.jsp is really a
static page served by httpd and dynamic.jsp is really a dynamic page served
by Tomcat.

If the jsp extension throws off httpd, then is it possible to do it with at
least a .html extension for both?

If this is possible, is there anything special that would need to be known
apart from the standard process for setting up httpd and Tomcat together?

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