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From Anthony Milbourne <>
Subject RE: Url Mapping with mod_jk
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2002 15:38:19 GMT
Hi again

The stagenewngfl host element is defined twice (which is a bit strange now I
look at it).  Once in the Tomcat-Standalone service section and once in the
Tomcat-Apache service section.  I do want it to be available both through
Apache and direct from Tomcat.  I took a guess and got rid of the host in
the Tomcat-Apache service.  This seems to have worked as the generated conf
file now only has one virtualhost entry for stagenewngfl.  I presume from
this that all contexts are shared among all services (even if the context
isn't defined in the given service) - which seems a bit odd.

Then I started playing and seeing if I could define an examples context
under stagenewngfl.  I couldn't get it to work and it just gave me page not
found.  I then tried changing the path attribute for the stagenewngfl
context to be /stagenewngfl.  That didn't work either.  It seems that I
can't get to work.  However
I still seem to be able to get pages from my webapp if I go to the root (for
instance, but that is when I get
JSP source back.

I am now more confused than I was :-(

I hope this all means something to someone as I have lost it.

I hope you can help,


PS I doubt the links in this mail will work as our firewall will probably
block them.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Turner, John []
> Sent:	09 September 2002 13:31
> To:	'Tomcat Users List'
> Subject:	RE: Url Mapping with mod_jk
> Make sure there is only one Host container in server.xml for
>  There should only be three Listener elements,
> one
> for Server, one for localhost, and one for
> Do you get the source of the JSP pages when you access
> http://localhost/examples or only when you access
> ?  What is the URL of the JSP
> page
> you are trying to test...does it match any of the URL mappings in your
> mod_jk.conf?
> John

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