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From Michael McGrady <m...@michaelmcgrady.com>
Subject Re: Servlet mapping problem
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2004 15:06:13 GMT
Anto Paul wrote:

>Hi there,
>  I posted this to Tomcat User List. I didnt posted this to Struts.
>Although the application is using Struts it is not specific to Struts.
>
>rgds
>Anto Paul
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>On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 00:59:53 -0700, Michael McGrady
><mike@michaelmcgrady.com> wrote:
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>>Anto Paul wrote:
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>>>Hi all,
>>> I am writing an application which have to serve content based on the
>>>hostname it is requested. Different hosts will be set to same ROOT
>>>directory. There wont be any content at the ROOT. Everything will be
>>>on subdirectories. I wrote a servlet with mapping as / . But when it
>>>is forwarded to subdirectory it is coming to same servlet and
>>>executing in a loop. This is an example of what I need.
>>>
>>>Directory structure.               Host name
>>>ROOT/sites/one.com -          one.com
>>>ROOT/sites/two.com            two.com
>>>ROOT/sites/three.com          three.com
>>>
>>>A request to one.com should go to /sites/one.com .
>>>A request to two.com should go to /sites/two.com .
>>>
>>>How to make it.
>>>
>>>Thanks in advance
>>>
>>>Anto Paul
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>Hello, Anto,
>>
>>I don't have enough information to tell what your  problem is.  Are you
>>using ActionForwards to go to these areas?  What "servlet" with a
>>mapping as / are you talking about?  Remember this is a Struts list.  If
>>you have everything mapped to your servlet in your web.xml, then, of
>>course, everything is going to go to your servlet.  I suspect this is
>>what you have done.  Why do you have a servlet with a "mapping" as "/" ?
>>
>>Michael McGrady
>>
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Oops, my bad. 


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