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From "DeMarco, Alex" <>
Subject RE: Jakarta ISAP Redirector
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2012 00:45:20 GMT
Yes I have looked in the log file and set it debug.  There are no errors logged.

My uriworkermap has this:


My Workers file has:



If I am locally on the box (with a local host entry that maps to the same IIS site on that
box) it works fine.

However, from my desktop I get a page could not be found...  However, it says it can't find
http://myurl:80/jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll  I have double and triple checked my config.

>From my desktop this works:


but this fails

http:// myurl/myapp/services?wsdl

but when on the local sever everything works.  I see no errors in the log.  It's like IIS
is stopping the request??

- Alex

-----Original Message-----
From: André Warnier [] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2012 2:18 PM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Jakarta ISAP Redirector

DeMarco, Alex wrote:
> I hope this is the right place to post this question.

It is the right place.

> We have the latest Jakarta Plugin installed with IIS 7.5.
> Do you know, does the plugin specifically block  /services requests on 
> wsdl's

Short answer : no, it does not specifically block any request.
In fact, it is the opposite : it only forwards requests to Tomcat, if the request URL matches
some pre-defined values.
See :
the section "How does it work ?".
(and for the word "worker", understand "a back-end tomcat").

One more thing : the isapi_redirector can write a logfile.
See item (3) in the section "Configuring the ISAPI Redirector" for details.
The logfile will tell you when and why it is forwarding a request to Tomcat and when/why not.

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