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From h..@silbergrau.com
Subject Apache + Tomcat + SSI
Date Wed, 12 Jun 2002 08:00:05 GMT
Hello everyone!

I have a problem concerning Apache + Tomcat + mod_jk + SSI (server side 
includes):
I want to place a SSI in a html-page which is dynamically generated by a 
jsp-page.
In static html-files (in those in my Apache htdocs-directory) SSI are 
working perfectly, but as soon as the page is generated by Tomcat, the 
SSI-directives are just sent to the browser, but not evaluated.
So for my problem  Apache would have to let Tomcat handle the jsp-Request 
first and then parse the generated document for SSI-directives --- how 
could I configure it to do so???

In the archives I found some questions like this one, but I have not seen 
a solution posted for this problem yet ... only some people proposing to 
use jsp:includes instead, but I really DO want Apache to handle these 
includes (performance)!!!

Is there a solution for my configuration (Apache 1.3 + Tomcat 3.2.3) or 
for a different configuration (like Apache 2.0 + Tomcat 4.0) ???

Thanks for any hints
Helmut Rubasch


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