Hi, folks. I'm having a problem executing a .psp file: the WebKit
application server refuses to serve it (or any .psp file in that
directory), always giving a 404 error. Some poking around in the code
revealed that Application.serverSideInfoForRequest() wasn't getting the
context out of the URL. request._absolutepath had been set, causing
serverSideInfoForRequest() to give up immediately and return no context.
_absolutepath gets set by the apache module when it recognizes a .psp
Any idea how to get around this? I figure there must be a way around it,
because in my default context, .psp files work fine. I tried hacking
serverSideInfoForRequest() so it would recognize the exact URL and force
the context to be the one I want, but that had no effect. (Yes, I
restarted the application server. And Apache, too.)
Or, maybe just ignore all that. The *real* thing I want to do is just
stick a .psp file in an arbitrary directory and run it.
Is there anything else I need to do beside adding a context to