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From "Marcus Kellermann" <Marcus.Kellerm...@bentley.com>
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 worker2.properties
file.  

Looking at the URI section in
http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.1-doc/jk2/jk2/configwebcom.htm
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 worker2.properties file.

My configuration file looks like

<WORKERS2.PROPERTIES>
		#Look at 
	
#http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.1-doc/jk2/jk2/configwebcom.ht
ml 
		#for parameter description 

		[shm:] 
		info=Scoreboard. Required for reconfiguration and status
with multiprocess servers 
		file=C:\Program
Files\Bentley\ProjectWise\WebServer\temp\jk2.shm 
		size=1048576 

		[channel.socket:localhost:8009] 
		info=Ajp13 forwarding over socket 
		tomcatId=localhost:8009 

		# Map webapps to the Web server uri space 
		[uri:/WEL/*]

		[status:]
		info=Status worker, displays runtime informations

		[uri:/jkstatus/*]
		info=Display status information and checks the config
file for changes.
		group=status:
</WORKERS2.PROPERTIES>

And the output from JKSTATUS looks like 

<JKSTATUS_OUTPUT>
	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
/jkstatus/* 
	0 * * null null null 1 host null 0 null null 
	0 */ * / lb:lb / 1 context null 0 null / 
</JKSTATUS_OUTPUT>

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

Thanks
  Marcus Kellermann

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