More to report, it would appear that plugin_ignore works  
haphazardly ... every 3 requests it ignores, or every 5 ..  can  
someone shine some light on this?


On Feb 23, 2007, at 10:41 AM, Andrew Lombardi wrote:

> I'm having an issue with Resin at the moment, hoped someone here
> could help out:
>
> I've got SVN via mod_dav_svn running on the same box as resin, and
> I'm using mod_caucho to serve requests for java web applications.
> The problem is, that for one of my domains, which hosts the svn repo,
> Resin is grabbing hold of the .jsp files when browsing via HTTP under
> SVN, causing files to look like they aren't there, but really its
> just resin playing games with my URL's :(
>
> I've tried
>
> <servlet-mapping url-pattern='*.jsp'
>                   servlet-name='plugin_ignore'/>
>
>
> just for that domain in Resin, but it doesn't seem to help.  The only
> thing that works thus far, is commenting out the resin integration
> with Apache (obviously not optimal in this case).
>
> Any ideas?
>
>
>
>
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