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From "Marc Farrow" <marc.far...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: URL with WWW problem
Date Tue, 09 May 2006 15:41:23 GMT
Filters are your best bet or using another server in front and using URL
rewriting.



On 5/9/06, Scott Purcell <spurcell@vertisinc.com> wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Tomcat 5.5 standalone.
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> Yesterday I had a thread stating that sometimes users, and google may
> refer to my site something like http://mysite.com <http://mysite.com/>
> omitting the www portion of the URL.  As I stated yesterday, my site
> needs the www.mysite.com <http://www.mysite.com/>  because of a
> certificate I am using.
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> The site was built using the struts framework, so I asked some users on
> that list about the problem. And they said that this should be
> configurable within the container, or within Tomcat.
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> So my question to this list, is there a way to have Tomcat accept the
> http://mysite.com <http://mysite.com/>  and then call for
> http://www.mysite.com <http://www.mysite.com/>  through some type of
> configuration setting?
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> I know someone yesterday mentioned filters, but I could not find any
> examples of this type via a heavy google search. I know some simple
> solutions would be to use redirects, etc. but doing so will screw up my
> indexing via bots. I woiuld like to handle this situation cleanly and
> not mess with code to do so?
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> Thanks,
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> Scott
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Marc Farrow
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