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From "Marcus Kellermann" <>
Subject MOD_JK2 is mapping all URIs to Tomcat on IIS
Date Thu, 15 Jul 2004 18:09:54 GMT
I have a Tomcat 4.1X install on IIS 6.0 that is redirecting all traffice
to Tomcat and not just the URIs specified in the

Looking at the URI section in
l it states that [URI:*] is a special case for when the virtual dir
can't be found in the config file.  How do you turn this feature off?  I
want IIS to handle anything that isn't in the file.

My configuration file looks like

		#Look at 
		#for parameter description 

		info=Scoreboard. Required for reconfiguration and status
with multiprocess servers 

		info=Ajp13 forwarding over socket 

		# Map webapps to the Web server uri space 

		info=Status worker, displays runtime informations

		info=Display status information and checks the config
file for changes.

And the output from JKSTATUS looks like 

	uri runtime info
	uri information, using getAttribute() 

	id name host uri group context inheritGlobals match_type servlet
timing aliases path 
	0 /WEL/* * /WEL/* lb:lb / 1 prefix null 0 null /WEL/* 
	0 /jkstatus/* * /jkstatus/* status: / 1 prefix null 0 null
	0 * * null null null 1 host null 0 null null 
	0 */ * / lb:lb / 1 context null 0 null / 

[URI:*] isn't apart of my properties file so it must be in the code?
How can I turn it off?

  Marcus Kellermann

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