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From David Kerber <dcker...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: Can't get caseSensitive="false" to work
Date Wed, 15 Feb 2006 15:19:47 GMT
Ok, thanks.  Obviously I'm missing something, then.  I'll keep digging...

Bob Faist wrote:

>I'm using Tomcat 5.5.14 and jdk 1.5.0_06.
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: David Kerber [mailto:dckerber@verizon.net] 
>Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2006 9:44 AM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: Re: Can't get caseSensitive="false" to work
>
>Thanks for the response, but I still can't get it to go.  I set up
>another server with the <Context> entries in the context.xml instead of
>in server.xml, so things are where the docs recomment, but still
>nothing.  I've put the caseSensitive="false" in both the one in /conf,
>and in META-INF with no luck. 
>
>Are you sure it works in 5.5.12?  A couple of the posts I've seen while
>googling have implied that the last version this worked in was 5.5.9.  
>That would really suck if correct!  If it matters, I'm running jdk
>1.5.0_06.
>
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>
>David Kerber wrote:
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>>Nobody has any suggestions on this?  I still can't get it to go.
>>
>>Thnaks!
>>Dave
>>
>>David Kerber wrote:
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>>>I read the thread from last week about case-sensitivity, and did some
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>>>additional googling when it didn't work, but still can't get my 
>>>Tomcat 5.5.12 on Win2k, running with Java 1.5.0_06 to be 
>>>case-INsensitive for the context path.  That is a problem for my 
>>>users, because we migrated them from SilverStream, which is NOT 
>>>case-sensitive in the context path.  I have tried the following 
>>>Context entries.  Note the entry in both the <Context> field, and the
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>>><Resources> entry (I found that one via google).  I have tried these 
>>>entries eash separately, and together, and still cannot get my 
>>>context path to be case-INsensitive.  I don't care if things are case
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>>>sensitive once they get into the app, but would really like to get 
>>>the context path to not matter.
>>>
>>>This is in my server.xml, because I can't get the context path to 
>>>work in context.xml:
>>>
>>>        <Context path="/wradev/pelican" 
>>>docBase="e:\TomcatClients\WebSiraCommon\webapps\SiteData" debug="0"
>>>reloadable="true" autoDeploy="true" unpackWARs="true" 
>>>crossContext="false" caseSensitive="false">
>>>        <Resources caseSensitive="false"/>
>>>         </Context>
>>>
>>>And yes, I know about the security warning about being non 
>>>case-sensitive on Windows!  I also know that this context path setup 
>>>is not the usual way of doing things; it's because I need to keep the
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>>>path the same after the migration to Tomcat.
>>>
>>>Thanks!
>>>Dave
>>>      
>>>



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