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Malhar Barai
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hi all
help me to write "servlet alias" in Apache 1.3.6. in zone.properties i wrote the follwoing
servlet.(classfile).code=(alias)
but still the alias was not working...
any modifications...plz guide me...
thanx
malhar
 
Malhar Barai
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Some plzzzz HELP...its really urgent...
thanx
malhar
Originally posted by malhar barai:
hi all
help me to write "servlet alias" in Apache 1.3.6. in zone.properties i wrote the follwoing
servlet.(classfile).code=(alias)
but still the alias was not working...
any modifications...plz guide me...
thanx
malhar

 
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There are 3 different ways - 2 for Tomcat V3 and 1 for Tomcat 4. For Tomcat V3, I recommend using the mod_jk module, which passes stuff over like so:
JkMount/*.jsp ajp13
JkMount /jsp/*.jsp ajp13
JkMount/servlet/* ajp13
If I haven't gotten myself confused, you can alias these mount points using the Apache Alias statement - that would be to rewrite the URL before it got passed over to Tomcat
[This message has been edited by Tim Holloway (edited October 16, 2001).]
 
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