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From "Daniel Parnell" <danielparn...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat 4 + IIS without bothering with Contexts
Date Thu, 07 Feb 2002 02:50:08 GMT
>Currently, the /secure directory on the server
>automatically requires SSL and authentication for ASP
>pages.  I'd like to be able to just drop my JSP pages
>right along side the ASP pages that are there.  I've
>read through the docs, and they all seem to assume
>that one's JSP pages are going to be in
>$CATLINA_HOME/webapps/yourwebapp.  I just want to have
>IIS treat any old .jsp file as JSP, anywhere on the
>server.
>
>Is this possible?  I just tried adding .jsp -->
>isapi_redirect.dll to the Default Web Site ->
>Properties -> Home Directory -> Configuration -> App
>Mappings in IIS, but that didn't work.  Telnet to port
>80 and requesting a .jsp file results in the
>connection being immediately closed.

This is exactly what I was trying for, and I came up with a solution that 
seems to work.
Take a look at http://warpconduit.sourceforge.net/

Daniel


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