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From John Turner <tomcat-u...@johnturner.com>
Subject Re: Logfile for isapi_redirector2.dll?
Date Fri, 25 Jul 2003 14:47:36 GMT

uriworkermap.properties doesn't take a hostname?

John

Nathan Ward wrote:

> I believe that is the same thing I'm trying to do (did) with IIS and Tomcat.
> I don't believe it is a bug. It is just the way the isapi_redirector.dll is
> written. Windows registry settings specifies where _the_ workers.properties
> file is located as well as where the uriworkermap.properties is located.
> Each IIS website is configured in IIS's Management Application to use the
> ISAPI filter (isapi_redirector.dll) and a virtual directory is defined in
> IIS as well under each web site to the directory where the
> isapi_redirector.dll file is located. Since the mapping to webapps is
> controlled by the uriworkermap.properties file and only one can be specified
> in the registry settings, there is no way in IIS or via the ISAPI filter to
> control the access.
> 
> This must not be a common thing at all as you said because I also checked
> three books on Tomcat. Professional Apache Tomcat was the closest to cover
> this at all but none of them specifically addressed this configuration.
> However, my customer wants to have one computer running IIS to be accessible
> to the Internet. So, that is what I have make it work with this
> configuration.
> 
>    Nathan
> 



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