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From "EJ Ciramella" <ejcirame...@upromise.com>
Subject Tomcat 4.1.30 + SSI + CruiseControl
Date Mon, 16 Oct 2006 21:50:34 GMT
Hello board, I have a somewhat tricky (to me at least) question about
tomcat configuration.
 
We are using CruiseControl to build a strictly html site alongside our
other java products and recently, they've wanted to activate SSI.
 
In the past, CruiseControl (CC) has made it's artifacts directory (which
sits here E:\work\artifacts) available via:
 
http://server:8080/cruisecontrol/artifacts/...
 
I have tomcat installed in C:\jakarta-tomcat-4.1.30.
 
I've properly activated SSI and can see it working if this particular
project's files are copied to the examples (or cruisecontrol) webapp
directory.  BUT - when I follow the artifacts link to these pages, the
SSI code is ignored (and treated as comments).
 
So - if the files being displayed via tomcat are NOT in the webapp
directory, the SSI stuff is ignored?  Is there any way to change this?
Isn't this some sort of policy file change (which is magic to me)?
 
In a nutshell again:
 
A webapp installed here:
 
C:\jakarta-tomcat-4.1.30\webapps\cruisecontrol
 
can't expand the SSI code in files here:
 
E:\work\artifacts\pageBuild\latest
 
I can see the html files (they are displayed properly), but the SSI
stuff isn't rendered.
 
Any help would be huge (I've done a work around I'm not proud of)!

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