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From "James Williamson" <ja...@nameonthe.net>
Subject Re: Mod_jk v/s mod_webapp
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2002 21:13:09 GMT

> "James Williamson" <james@nameonthe.net> wrote:
>
> > Umm, I posted a bug about this, what about the now infamous 404 (Apache
> > started after Tomcat issue) and the fact that the manager app doesn't
work
> > when you try to create a new application due to apache indexing the apps
when
> > it starts. The only solution/workaround/kludge being to restart Apache?
The
> > other thing being; because mod_webapp ignores the rewrited filename
preferring
> > to still look at the raw uri means things like mod_rewrite don't apply
(which
> > for many people is an absolute necessity). Check the user lists to
witness the
> > frustration.
>
> James, your it, you go ahead and fix it... It _WORKS_FOR_ME_ :)
>
>     Pier
>

Pier,

I gladly will (or have done), in fact I've rewritten mod_webapp which
resolves the common complains:

1) How can I get Apache to serve static content and Tomcat dynamic content
2) 404 Apache errors
3) Using mod_rewrite and other Apache rewriting mechanisms

I take it you're no longer interested in supporting/developing this
connector, I really don't mind taking over this
responsibility since I could really do with getting these patches tested.
Other things I've nearly resolved
are Windows compatibility and the mod_ssl issue. Let me know what your
thoughts are.

Regards,

James Williamson
www.nameonthe.net




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