Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 128171
cannot use wildcards in jk2 uri directive
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:09:43 EDT
Description of problem:
Using the standalone version of tomcat
Wildcards in "workers2.properties" in the "uri" section do not work.
Please note that this problem was reported to apache and resolved in
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try to use the following in workers2.properties:
You should be able to use "http://localhost/examples/" but this
generates an apache 404 message.
The only way to make the application work is to use multiple entries
in the worker2.properties, making deployment of a web application much
more complex than is necessary and making use of the standard "admin"
and "manager" tomcat applications rather difficult.
Steps to Reproduce:
The issue is noted on the apache bugzilla report above. It does not
appear to have been fixed in the latest mod_jk2 available via up2date
(as of today 19th July 2004)
Duplicate of #126476
See how to specify wildcards there.
Following the instructions in #126476 works, thank you very much.
As this "$" syntax is *not* mentioned in the JK documentation
anywhere I can find, does anyone know whether this is still a "bug"
in the JK module or whether it is an error in the documentation?
I believe it is a documentation bug.
Could you please open a bug report against mod_jk2 so someone gets it