> [ ... ]
> Here's the thing. Grails' web.xml has filter mappings for the url-
> pattern of "/*". One of the filters, the UrlMapper, will actually
> process the URL and then dispatch the request to the proper
> controller and action to process the request.
> However, there is no servlet mapping that is mapped to pass all "/"
> requests to resin for processing. Thus, mod_caucho simply assumes
> that requests should not be passed to resin for processing.
> To get this working, I actually added a "SetHandler caucho-request"
> to my .htaccess file under the webapp directory. Now, the requests
> are passed over to resin for processing.
You can also do this using the plugin_match servlet in your web.xml,
<servlet-mapping url-pattern='/controller/*' servlet-name='plugin_match'/>
Documentation is here:
under "special servlet-mappings"
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