[PATCH] bad default charset encoding in jsp pages

2000-12-05 Thread Palle Girgensohn
Hi! jsp pages served by tomcat contain a bad charset string in their http header. This is not understood by some non iso8859-1 systems/browsers. Macintosh w/ netscape 4.76, for example will fail to understand that 8859_1 is actually ISO-8859-1. According to

Re: building mod_jk on freebsd 4.0

2000-12-06 Thread Palle Girgensohn
Hi Jeremy! I have exactly the same setup as you, and it works fine after som tweaking. Here's what I had to do to Makefile.freebsd to make it work. Maybe it will help? --- Makefile.freebsd.orig Tue Dec 5 18:51:22 2000 +++ Makefile.freebsdTue Dec 5 19:24:07 2000 @@ -1,18 +1,18 @@ ##

mod_jk multiple slashes reveals jsp code

2003-06-23 Thread Palle Girgensohn
Hi, When using mod_jk and apache13: JkMount /app/*jsp ajp13 will redirect requests like http://server/app/foobar.jsp to tomcat, just fine. But, http://server//app/foobar.jsp will not be catched by JkMount, and apache will send the jsp source code to the browser. Of course, a rewrite can

Re: mod_jk multiple slashes reveals jsp code

2003-06-25 Thread Palle Girgensohn
setup: FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE, apache 1.3.27 w/ mod-ssl 2.8.14, mod_jk 1.2.3 and 1.2.4. Tomcat version is irrelevant since the request never leaves apache, but anyway, it is tomcat 3.3.1a. JkMount /pp/system/*jsp [Wed Jun 25 01:32:48 2003] [jk_uri_worker_map.c (460)]: Into

Re: mod_jk multiple slashes reveals jsp code

2003-06-25 Thread Palle Girgensohn
--On onsdag, juni 25, 2003 11.41.29 +0200 Henri Gomez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Palle Girgensohn wrote: setup: FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE, apache 1.3.27 w/ mod-ssl 2.8.14, mod_jk 1.2.3 and 1.2.4. Tomcat version is irrelevant since the request never leaves apache, but anyway, it is tomcat 3.3.1a

Re: mod_jk multiple slashes reveals jsp code

2003-06-25 Thread Palle Girgensohn
--On onsdag, juni 25, 2003 11.16.02 +0200 Henri Gomez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Palle Girgensohn wrote: Hi, When using mod_jk and apache13: JkMount /app/*jsp ajp13 will redirect requests like http://server/app/foobar.jsp to tomcat, just fine. But, http://server//app/foobar.jsp

Why is mod_jk distributed both as 2.0.2 and 2.0.4?

2003-11-09 Thread Palle Girgensohn
. Which one is really current? Why this confusion? Regards, Palle Girgensohn FreeBSD mod_jk port maintainer - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]