What does the line #oifrfgioeruhgireuhgiuhergi do?
Can I add the [PT] parameter to the htaccess file?
Gary Sheldon wrote:
RewriteRule /Audi$ /category.jsp?makeID=1[PT]
Now, this is where it gets weird. If I view http://localhost/mysite1/category.jsp?makeID=1 I get the correct page, if I view http://localhost:8080/mysite1/category.jsp?makeID=1 I also get the correct page. If however I visit http://localhost:8080/mysite1/Audi I get a blank page but no error and if I visit http://localhost/mysite1/Audi I get a 404 page cannot be found error.
Useless use of AllowOverride in line 31 of C:/Apache/tomcat/conf/auto/mod_jk.conf.
This is mental, head and brick wall come to mind.
Gary Sheldon wrote:With regards to getting rid, if you can let me know how, then I will be happy to do so.
Apologies, but I tried all of that, but still no joy.
i need JSP and a URL Rewrite of some kind, I don't mind if i just have Tomcat
Gary Sheldon wrote:Still getting these errors too:
INFO: validateJarFile(C:\Apache\tomcat\webapps\mysite1\WEB-INF\lib\servlet.jar) - jar not loaded. See Servlet Spec 2.3, section 9.7.2. Offending class: javax/servlet/Servlet.class
SEVERE: Servlet.service() for servlet jsp threw exception
Running Without Native Acceleration
JAI can be run without its native acceleration layer without loss of functionality. This may be accomplished either by using the Java Platform-Independent Version or by setting the system property com.sun.media.jai.disableMediaLib to true. Note that when running without the native layer unless the aforementioned property is set to true warning messages will be emitted to indicate the inability to load the native wrapper or libraries.
Gary Sheldon wrote:Ok, I've uninstalled Tomcat 6 64-bit, Java 6 SE Development Kit 64-bit, rebooted, cleaned registry. Re-installed Java SE Development Kit 32bit, jai-1_1_3-lib-windows-i586-jdk and Tomcat 6 32-bit. Reloaded all websites and stil getting the same error relating to missing jai libraries.
Laptop will be existing a near by window soon!