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From cos...@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-tomcat/src/etc tomcat.conf
Date Mon, 29 Nov 1999 22:17:24 GMT
costin      99/11/29 14:17:22

  Modified:    src/etc  tomcat.conf
  Log:
  Cleaned tomcat.conf, working .jsp mapping.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +20 -65    jakarta-tomcat/src/etc/tomcat.conf
  
  Index: tomcat.conf
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-tomcat/src/etc/tomcat.conf,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- tomcat.conf	1999/11/28 05:53:59	1.2
  +++ tomcat.conf	1999/11/29 22:17:21	1.3
  @@ -18,78 +18,33 @@
   ApJServDefaultProtocol ajpv12
   ApJServSecretKey DISABLED
   ApJServMountCopy on
  -
  -
  -# Log Level for this module
  -# Syntax: ApJServLogLevel [debug|info|notice|warn|error|crit|alert|emerg]
  -# Default: info    (unless compiled w/ JSERV_DEBUG, in which case it's debug)
   ApJServLogLevel notice
   
   
  -# Default host on which Apache JServ is running
  -# Syntax: ApJServDefaultHost [hostname]
  -# Default: "localhost"
  +### Change if you run tomcat on a different host
   #ApJServDefaultHost localhost
  -
  -# Default port that Apache JServ is listening to
  -# Syntax: ApJServDefaultPort [number]
  -# Default: protocol-dependant (for ajpv12 protocol this is "8007")
   ApJServDefaultPort 8009
   
   
  -# Syntax: ApJServMount [name] [context]
  -# Note: [name] is the name of the Apache URI path to mount jserv-url on
  -#       [context] is something like "protocol://host:port/context"
  -# Example: "ApJServMount /servlets ajpv12://localhost:8007"
  -#  if user requests "http://host/servlets/myServlets/TestServlet"
  -#  the servlet "TestServlet" in zone "myServlets" will be requested
  -# Example: "ApJServMount /servlets ajpv12://jserv.mydomain.com:15643/myServlets"
  -#  if user requests "http://host/servlets/TestServlet" the servlet 
  -#  "TestServlet" in zone "myServlets" on host "jserv.mydomain.com" using 
  -#  "ajpv12" protocol on port "15643" will be executed
  -
  -
  -# Executes a servlet passing filename with proper extension in PATH_TRANSLATED 
  -# property of servlet request.
  -# Syntax: ApJServAction [extension] [servlet-uri]
  -# Defaults: NONE
  -# Notes: This is used for external tools.
  -#ApJServAction .gsp /servlets/com.bitmechanic.gsp.GspServlet
  -#ApJServAction .jhtml /servlets/org.apache.servlet.ssi.SSI
  -#ApJServAction .xml /servlets/org.apache.cocoon.Cocoon
  -
  -# XXX Need to change jsp to accept this syntax
  -ApJServAction .jsp /servlet/jsp
  -
  -# For each context, map /ctx_path/servlet to /root
  -ApJServMount /servlet /root
  -ApJServMount /examples/servlet /root
  -
  -# XXX since deployment is not automated, we'll forward all requests in 
  -# a particular context to apache ( by default )
  -# You can manually deploy all static files in apache's htdoc and remove this line
  -ApJServMount /examples  /root
  -
  -
  -# Enable the Apache JServ status handler with the URL of 
  -# "http://servername/jserv/" (note the trailing slash!)
  -# Change the "deny" directive to restrict access to this status page.
  -<Location /jserv/>
  -  SetHandler jserv-status
  -  
  -  order deny,allow
  -  deny from all
  -  allow from localhost
  -</Location>
  -
  -############################## W A R N I N G ##################################
  -# Remember to disable or otherwise protect the execution of the Apache JServ  #
  -# Status Handler (see right above) on a production environment since this may #
  -# give untrusted users the ability to obtain restricted information on your   #
  -# servlets and their initialization arguments such as JDBC passwords and      #
  -# other important information. The Apache JServ Status Handler should be      #
  -# accessible only by system administrators.                                   #
  -###############################################################################
  +#################### All jsp files will go to tomcat ####################
  +ApJServMount default /root
  + 
  +AddType test/jsp .jsp
  +AddHandler jserv-servlet .jsp
  +
  +############################## Context mapping - all requests go to tomcat
  +
  +ApJServMount /examples /root
  +
  +############################## Context mapping - you need to "deploy"
  +# ( copy or ln -s ) the context into htdocs
  +##
  +
  +# ApJservMount /CONTEXT/servlet  /root
  +# <Location /CONTEXT/WEB-INF/ >
  +#      AllowOverride None
  +#      deny from all
  +# </Location>  
   
   
   </IfModule>
  
  
  

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