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From "Ignacio J. Ortega" <>
Subject RE: [JK2] Trying 4.1.3 Beta + IIS
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2002 10:33:25 GMT
> De: Chris Brown []
> Enviado el: 26 de junio de 2002 9:53

> Should connectors to IIS and Apache behave differently 
> according to whether
> a webapp is deployed as a WAR file or as an uncompressed set 
> of files on the
> disk?  When the webapp is deployed "uncompressed", it should 
> be easy enough
> to find the static files to server, but when it's an unpacked 
> WAR file, it's
> unlikely IIS et al know how to read from the WAR file 
> directly, or locate
> the temporary folder into which WAR file contents are 
> unpacked (so that it
> can find static files).

I dont know what could be done if you try to run your app directly from
a war, but it seems to me that to do nothing is the way to go :), it is
simply a tradeoff..

An given that, to get static content served natively by the webserver,
it's a performance measure, it's seems that there is a little
contradiction with the possibility of run the webapp directly from the
war, isn't it?

Saludos ,
Ignacio J. Ortega

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