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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38200] - JK 1.x doesn't support full URLs in uriworkermap.properties
Date Mon, 09 Jan 2006 17:21:44 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bjoern@syltonline.de  2006-01-09 18:21 -------
@ Jess Holle:
> isapi_redirect.dll seems to be the stepchild no one wants.
yes, I got that feeling too. poor kid.

> Personally, I'd love it if my customers would just drop IIS and use
> Apache (which we bundle), but some of them are rather stubborn on 
> this point...
well, Apache has advantages, IIS other. I work with both and IIS6 is realy was 
better then the versions before. Hard to say which is better.
But we do professional IT services, so we serve whatever the paying customer 
demands. If it's ASP or similar combined with Java, its IIS. If plain Java, 
Apache & Tomcat is the way.

@ Mladen Turk:
Is that really so? Where is that documented? We searched for quite some time. 
We spend many weeks developing and bugfixing the JK2 after it was discontinued 
because we thought we couldn't use JK1. If that Syntax realy works as 
expected, please add it to some docu and the sample "uriworkermap.properties". 
That would surely help some people out there. Everyone who depends on doing 
Microsoft stuff in ASP together with the power of Java in webapps need a IIS-
TomCat combination.

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