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From "Januski, Ken" <kjanu...@phillynews.com>
Subject RE: Logfile for isapi_redirector2.dll?
Date Fri, 25 Jul 2003 16:59:43 GMT
Well we haven't solved the question about the logfile but the second
question is interesting as well:-)

I think that the problem is that there is only one registry entry. If you
could have more than one you could configure different isapi_filters in IIS
Management Console, then use the one you want for each application. With
different registry entries you could then use more than one
workers2.properties file. That in turn would allow various mappings in
Tomcat. But from what I can tell the workers2.properties file says "I'll
handle everthing that matches these patterns." If it allowed you to say
"send requesting this pattern here, ones matching this other pattern here,
etc." that also would solve the problem.

This may be just rehashing what Nathan has already said. But I just wanted
to take a look for myself and see if I could get a clearer understanding of
just what was happening. I think the lack of documentation on
isapi_redirector2 does add to the problem but as John has said before there
may be a very good reason for that.




-----Original Message-----
From: Nathan Ward [mailto:nrward@cox.net]
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 11:37 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Logfile for isapi_redirector2.dll?


Sure, but that specifies the machine where Tomcat is running. I could
specify different hosts for different workers if I want multiple instances
of Tomcat running on different machines. I have one instance of Tomcat on
one machine and one instance of IIS on another. However, two virtual
hosts/web sites under IIS each of which need access to one and only one
webapp on the single Tomcat instance.

   Nathan

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Turner" <tomcat-user@johnturner.com>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: Logfile for isapi_redirector2.dll?


>
> 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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