On Feb 2, 2009, at 1:51 AM, Stargazer wrote:

> I'm trying to move an existing Joomla site to Quercus. On the current
> system I have set "search engine friendly URLs" on and this strips the
> ugly params out. I guess its handled by Apache using a module or the
> .htaccess file. In any case, when I run the same setup under Quercus
> (again with the Apache + mod_caucho setup) it seems these URL's don't
> get converted, so the site right now is full of broken links. Its a
> shame because some pages do work, and the content is there meaning the
> db is ok, the compilation and cache is ok and it runs 3x faster ;-) So
> any tips on how I can get Resin + Quercus to do what the current setup
> is doing with respect to these URL rewrites please?

You should use Resin's <rewrite-dispatch> rules.  There's an example  
at http://wiki.caucho.com/Rewrite-dispatch_for_Mediawiki_and_Quercus.   
The full docs are at http://caucho.com/resin/rewrite.xtp

   http://caucho.com/resin/doc/rewrite-tags.xtp

If you can post Joomla's recommended mod_rewrite rules, we can help  
convert them to <rewrite-dispatch>.

-- Scott

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