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From Henrik Gammelmark <li...@geemark.com>
Subject Re: Letting apache handle 404s
Date Sun, 08 Aug 2004 19:52:30 GMT

>> My primary httpd is Apache2 but i connect to Tomcat5 using the 
>> mod-jk2 connector. The problem is, that it seems that tomcat handles 
>> too much of apache's job. For instance if I enter a URL ending in 
>> .jsp I see a tomcat 404 instead of an apache 404 - presumably because 
>> apache naivly passes all .jsp requests on. But can I make tomcat 
>> "politely" inform apache about the 404 and let apache take actions 
>> instead?
>
>
> Tomcat can have customized error pages too.

I know, but it would mean that for each domain hosted I would have to 
change the settings two places every time a change would be made. I hope 
it's possible...

>
>> Strangly, if no "default" files, such as index.jsp og index.php is 
>> present in the directory, tomcat - not apache - presents a folder 
>> listing.
>
>
> This is an FAQ item:
>
> http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/faq/misc.html#listing

Thank you

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