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From "John Roth" <>
Subject RE: IIS and
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2003 20:21:39 GMT
All you have to do is include the URL patterns you want passed to tomcat in
the files.

For Example:
<snippet of>
 # Example URL & URI combination

 # Example URI only
 # Example pass everything

 # Example, pass specific document only to a specific named instance
 #   where named instance is defined in

Everything else (ie: /ams/images/some.gif) should be served out of the IIS
structure (ie: <wwwroot>/ams/images)

Hope this helps!


"cute, pithy quote removed for the benefit of others"

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Egan []
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 2:55 PM
Subject: IIS and


I am still new to Tomcat but was hoping someone could provide some insight
on how this properties file is used and how I can eliminate all the calls to
Tomcat for static data.  I still do not have a complete grasp of contexts
but I would like to direct any incoming URL-Path patterns to Tomcat only if
they handle JSP or Servlets.  I have been reading the Tomcat IIS howto but
it is limited at best.  I am using Tomcat 3.2.4 with IIS.  Any insight would
be appreciated.


Daniel Egan
Phone 401-421-7740 X396

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