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From Andrea Morgan <>
Subject [users@httpd] apache, tomcat and UserDir's
Date Sun, 26 Oct 2003 02:48:25 GMT
I am running apache and tomcat.  I have configured apache so that all 
generic domain requests ( are handled by tomcat--which 
I want.
In doing this, my user directory requests ( are 
now passed to tomcat as well--which I don't want.
I cannot figure out how to set up apache to send the default request to 
tomcat but handle requests to user directories.

I have apache 2.0.47, tomcat 4.1.27 and using mod_jk.

Tomcat is configured in the server.xml to have context:
         <Context path="" docBase="home" debug="0"/>
and an index.jsp is what gets displayed in this webapp.

The apache httpd.conf file has:
         jkMount /* MainWebWorker
which triggers the tomcat worker to be called to handle all requests.

Is there something I can put before this line so apache will handle any 
requests to* ?

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