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From Chris Gokey <cgo...@gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov>
Subject Re: servlet mapping, tomcat 3.3
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2001 17:03:38 GMT
Thank you!!! I put those servlet-mappings inside WEB-INF and it is 
working fine.

Chris


Larry Isaacs wrote:

> Hi Chris,
> 
> Tomcat 3.3 doesn't support a web.xml in the conf directory.
> The web.xml's found in the WEB-INF directory in each web
> application are supported since this is part of the Servlet
> 2.2 spec.  You would add the servlet mapping to the
> WEB-INF/web.xml of each web application that you wanted it
> to apply to.
> 
> Cheers,
> Larry
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Chris Gokey [mailto:cgokey@gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov]
>>Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 9:57 AM
>>To: Tomcat Users List
>>Subject: Re: servlet mapping, tomcat 3.3
>>
>>
>>I'm not sure what you mean.  If I want all *.py files to be 
>>directed to 
>>PyServlet.class, does Apache web server even have the 
>>capability to be 
>>configured to do something like this?  I would think that all 
>>this MUST 
>>be done within Tomcat?  I guess what I am asking is how can I 
>>configure 
>>my system to use the model being encouraged then?  Should I 
>>just copy my 
>>old web.xml file into the conf directory under Tomcat 3.3 and 
>>that will 
>>  take care of everything?
>>
>>Chris
>>
>>Larry Isaacs wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Servlet mappings may still be placed in the web.xml for each web
>>>application you want to map *.py files.  What you are missing
>>>I assume, is the global web.xml that was found in some earlier
>>>Tomcat's.  This was removed because it encouraged web applications
>>>to be depended on the web server's configuration.
>>>
>>>Larry
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>From: Chris Gokey [mailto:cgokey@gcmd.gsfc.nasa.gov]
>>>>Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 8:10 AM
>>>>To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>>>Subject: servlet mapping, tomcat 3.3
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Hi everyone,
>>>>
>>>>How can I accomplish servlet mapping with Tomcat 3.3?  In previous 
>>>>versions, I used to have something like below in my web.xml 
>>>>
>>file that 
>>
>>>>mapped all *.py files to a particular servlet.   Looks like 
>>>>
>>everything
>>
>>>>has changed for 3.3 and I'm not sure where this stuff belongs:
>>>>
>>>><servlet>
>>>>    <servlet-name>PyServlet</servlet-name>
>>>>    <servlet-class>org.python.util.PyServlet</servlet-class>
>>>>    <init-param>
>>>>      <param-name>python.path</param-name>
>>>>
>>>><param-value>.:/home/mddevel/MD8_Devel/MD8/packages/md/www/key
>>>>word_style_search/dif/util:/home/mddevel/MD8_Devel/MD8/scripts
>>>>/reports</param-value> 
>>>>
>>>>    </init-param>
>>>>    <init-param>
>>>>      <param-name>python.home</param-name>
>>>>
>>>><param-value>/home/mddevel/MD8_Devel/MD8/packages/jython</pa
>>>>
>>ram-value>
>>
>>>>    </init-param>
>>>>  </servlet>
>>>>
>>>>  <servlet-mapping>
>>>>       <servlet-name>
>>>>           PyServlet
>>>>       </servlet-name>
>>>>       <url-pattern>
>>>>           *.py
>>>>       </url-pattern>
>>>>  </servlet-mapping>
>>>>
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>Chris
>>>>
>>>>
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