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From "Chris Moyer" <cmo...@ffconsulting.net>
Subject Can Tomcat 4 + WARP server JSP without an /application URI prefix?
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 21:23:48 GMT
Gentlemen,

I'm using the fabulous WARP connector with Tomcat 4.0.1 and Apache (1.3.22)
and have a thorny configuration question.

Using virtual hosts with mod_jk it was possible to effectivly set up a
default web app for a virtual host, i.e. mapping
{tomcat-home}/webapps/myapp/* to http://myhost.mydomain.com/*

Is this at all possible with mod_webapp and the WARP connector? It seems to
me that WebAppDeploy is the only way to map resources between Tomcat and
Apache and it requires a "the uri path where this application will be
mounted under" as the third parameter.

So in a nutshell, using WARP and mod_webapp, is it possible to process a JSP
at a URL similar to http://myhost.mydomain.com/my-jsp.jsp ? This seems to be
a very similar question to the one Blaine Berger was asking earlier.

Thank you very much,

Chris Moyer

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cmoyer@ffconsulting.net


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