We tried to test resin 3.2.1 on one of our developer environment but we run
into a problem with apache.
The apache version we are using is 2.0.59. The java version is jdk1.5.0_17.
The OS is windows XP.
The following is the configuration that we did in apache httpd.conf:
LoadModule caucho_module "<resin install
ResinConfigServer 127.0.0.1 6802
Alias /test "c:/test"
The following is the configuration that we did in the resin.xml:
<server id="" address="127.0.0.1" port="6802"/>
<host id="" root-directory=".">
<web-app id='/test' document-directory='webapps/test' />
The "c:/test" is the directory that we put all our static html contents such
as .html, images, .js files.
When resin 3.2.1 is started, it automatically create the following
directories (with no file) in <resin home dir>\webapps\test:
I can access a html page in the static directory (c:/test) from a web
I shut down resin and add a simple jsp page in <resin home
dir>\webapps\test. I started resin again. This time I can no longer access
the html page in the static directory (c:/test) from a web browser. I got
the 404 not found error. I'm, however, can access the jsp page from the web
Is there any other setup I need to do in order for me to access the static
contents through resin 3.2.1 and apache?
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