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From Renaldo VonTeknika <tom...@bus.cba.nau.edu>
Subject Re: tomcat5, apache2, mod_jk2 and mod_userdir
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2004 06:23:44 GMT
Renaldo VonTeknika wrote:

> I don't seem to be able to get tomcat5, apache2, mod_jk2 and 
> mod_userdir working together entirely. Everything works fine for the 
> most part as users can serve jsp pages from their directories and 
> tomcat recognizes each of their contexts. But I cannot get  the uri 
> host/~user/servlet/HelloWorld passed to tomcat with 2 wildcards (*).
>
> Here is an example of what the problem is using workers2.properties;
>
> If I try to do what I think should work;
>
> [uri:/~*/servlet/*]
> info=UserDir worker=ajp13:localhost:8009
>
> It will not pass to tomcat and I recieve an apache 404 error instead 
> of the servlet defined by the invoker (or a tomcat 404 error if the 
> invoker didn't exist)
>
>
> If I try;
>
> [uri:/~user/servlet/*]
> info=UserDir worker=ajp13:localhost:8009
>
> or
>
> [uri:/~*/servlet/HelloWorld]
> info=UserDir worker=ajp13:localhost:8009
>
> It has no problem and everything works as it should, but it seems as 
> thou it cannot deal with 2 wildcards if one is trailing the uri
>
>
> Anybody have any ideas or know what I am doing wrong?
>
> -RV


Still having the same issues, does no one know? All I would like to see 
happen

is have apache coexist with mod_jk2 for ~user/public_html and servlets. Any 
help would be great.

-RV



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