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From Jarecsni János <jarecsni.ja...@mhc.hu>
Subject RE: setting the path in the session cookie (Tomcat 402b)
Date Fri, 15 Feb 2002 12:48:05 GMT
Hi Jean-Frederic,

I definitely use it! :) I use mod_jk. I have the appropriate JkMount
settings included in httpd.conf. Everything works fine. It is the _aliasing_
that cannot be done.

so I can do
http://apache.virtual.host/jbossapplicationcontext/something?someparameter

what I cannot do is:

http://apache.virtual.host/somethingelse

As I've told before, rewriting works fine in Apache, except that a rewritten
request does not get passed to Tomcat (no matter mod_jk is there and
working). That's why I use another round: I proxy the request (the rewritten
one) to the same vhost again. And as you expect it, it finally gets to
tomcat. Is that clear?

The only problem now is the session cookie. Tomcat hardwires the app
context. And that's what doesn't work with proxying. So: I need to be able
to define what path to set the session cookie to.

That's all there is to it :)

Cheers,
János


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Jarecsni, János
MORGAN HILL CONSULTING, Internet Applications Unit
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