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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14973] - wildcards using mod_jk
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2002 17:27:30 GMT
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wildcards using mod_jk





------- Additional Comments From olivier.wehner@pandoragames.com  2002-12-02 17:27 -------
I am using the mod_jk.dll (27-Mar-2002 05:46) available at the Tomcat download
Page, but I can't find any version number. I put this together with Apache
1.3.26 and Tomcat 3.3 as well as 3.2.
Since the directive in question is used within the Apache configuration file
httpd.conf I was convinced this was a HTTP Server problem, not a tomcat problem. 
Apearently Apache forwards every request to Tomcat when the directive "JkMount
/*/servlet/* ajp12" (for instance) is set, ending up in unexpected 404's.

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