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From "Jill Han" <jill....@alverno.edu>
Subject RE: customize HTTP Status 401 error page
Date Fri, 24 Apr 2009 14:55:32 GMT
At this point, I just explored the options between basic and form-based authentication.
No real webapp is build yet. The displayed name is just directory name, app1, under webapps.

As I stated before, if it is run on window, http://localhost:8080/app1, there will be no authentication
window prompted, instead error.html; even after I restarted the TC, and put http://localhost:8080/app1
in the address bar.
If it is run on Linux, http://serverName:8080/app1, authentication window is prompted, but
error.html will not replace 401 message when authentication failed.
If I choose to use form-based authentication, there will be other issues as I stated in the
previous email about form-based authentication.
Right now, I am not quite sure which route.

Jill


-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Schultz [mailto:chris@christopherschultz.net] 
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 9:23 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: customize HTTP Status 401 error page

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Jill,

On 4/24/2009 9:04 AM, Jill Han wrote:
> The display-name is Faculty Resources. If I supply this name to the
> url, http://localhost:8080/Faculty Resources, it will generate 404
> error.

I think you may be very confused about a lot of things. The
<display-name> element basically just names the webapp so that if you
are using a tool to browse webapps (like LambdaProbe or others) that's
the name that gets displayed.

It has nothing to do with deployment, and certainly won't respond to a
request in any meaningful way.

Do you have a resource defined for "Faculty Resources"? I suspect not.

What is the name of your webapp? That's either the name of the WAR file
or the name of the context XML file (without the .xml extension) you put
into conf/[engine]/[host]/myContextName.xml.

- -chris
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