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apache and jserv problem~~help me~~~thanks

Tu Ran
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Joined: Feb 09, 2002
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when I install tomcat,apache,and jservt,
tomcat,and apache are all good independently;
but,when i was install jserv,error occur:
[error] Access to config file e:/apache/E:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf denied:not a valid filename
fopen ermission denied
apache:could not open document config file e:/apache/E:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf
??
but the file name:E:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf ,is correct,i have gone over it,?what's wrong with the
configure?


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Mike Curwen
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Joined: Feb 20, 2001
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Because that's not the file it's trying to open. It's trying to open:
e:/apache/E:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf
Tu Ran
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Joined: Feb 09, 2002
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HI:what'your meaning ,the file is right:
E:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf ,because my file is
assined :e:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf(jsver'directory)
e:\apache\....(apache's directory)

how can i do now~~please tell me~~??
urgent!!!
Mike Curwen
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I haven't actually used Apache with JServ, but just *look* at the error message.

NOT a valid filename.Apache cannot open (or find!) the jserv.conf file, because it is looking for it in a mixed-up path.

you have e: in there twice, and besides that it looks like it is using a 'base' apache path and combining it with another path from jserv

If I knew the products better, I could tell you more, but the error itself ought to be enough to tell you what is wrong. As a *guess* on my part, it looks like Apache starts to look for the jserv configuration file in e:\apache, and then it appends a setting you've entered (the full path to your file) e:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf, but that results in e:\apache\e:\jserv\conf\jserv.conf
[ March 17, 2002: Message edited by: Mike Curwen ]
 
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