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From "Jack J. Coleman" <>
Subject Re: mod_jk PUT request-method returns 405 Error
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2006 20:09:10 GMT
I do not have any Location directives and I am not using auto aliasing. 
My httpd.conf has a simple VirtualHost directive.

Even so, I tried moving the JSP outside of the WEB-INF, but still no luck.

The request doesn't seem to be getting to mod_jk at all. In the Apache 
access_log I can see the 405 error message, but in the mod_jk log (with 
debug turned on), I see nothing about that request. Apache seems to be 
stopping the PUT in its tracks.

Is there some way to tell mod_jk to handle the PUT request (like you 
would for a cgi script)?

<Directory /www/docs>Script PUT /cgi-bin/put.cgi</Directory>

> Then you must have some config value that forbids PUTs.
> See if you have some Location directive that contains
> a path prefix of JkMount.
> Also try to put your .jsp files outside WEB-INF.
> mod_jk explicitly denies the access to WEB-INF and
> META-INF locations (if you are using auto aliasing).
> Regards,
> Mladen.
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