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From "Patrick Markiewicz" <>
Subject RE: Isapi Redirector Question
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2008 19:06:08 GMT
Attempt to post the original question:

            I'm running into trouble trying to use the isapi_redirect
that comes with Plesk 8.2.  Basically, if my web application is on a
port other than 80, the redirector appears to present the url
/jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll to Tomcat instead of the url of my web
application.  I.e. I had the redirector set up, and
http://localhost/examples shows a 404 from tomcat that /examples/ is not
found.  But http://localhost:8880/examples shows a 404 from tomcat that
/jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll is not found.

            Originally I thought that I had a problem if isapi_redirect
was shared between 2 websites in IIS, so I copied the dll to another
directory and added a separate extension that uses the copy of the dll.


The only differences between the 2 websites are:

Default Application (port 80) is part of an application pool, and it
does not have SSL as an option.

Plesk Application (port 8880 and port 8443) are not isolated, and it
does have SSL on port 8443.  The file where the redirector log is
supposed to go does not exist.  So there is no log being created for the
actual redirector.  The W3SVC log shows that /myapp/GetFileData (my
application) is found with a 200 status code, but the end result
presented in the browser is /jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll with a 404

Is there a change to or that
needs to change to indicate that port 8880 is being used instead of port
80?  Thanks.


-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Markiewicz [] 
Sent: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 2:54 PM
Subject: Isapi Redirector Question


            I have a question about the isapi redirector.  I am using
Plesk.  On port 80, the redirector works fine.  On port 8880, the
redirector fails to retrieve the specified tomcat application and
returns a status code of not found for slash jakarta slash isapi
underscore redirect dot dll.  I've spelled out the path to the file
because the tomcat mailing list is rejecting my original more detailed
email as spam.

            Is there a configuration change that is necessary for the
isapi redirector to work on port 8880?


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