Look in Configs/Application.config, the 'Contexts' setting.
On Friday, October 17, 2003, at 08:49 PM, Ben Kovitz wrote:
> Hi, folks. I'm sorry to ask such an idiotic question. I've looked
> through the documentation, the configuration files, and the source
> code to
> some extent, but I still haven't found the answer. If I had an ounce
> intelligence, I'm sure I would have figured this out by now.
> I'd like to set up the directory structure suggested at:
> where the web application is outside the /Webware tree, but how do you
> tell Webware where the top of the app's directory structure is?
> Miraculously, I can run the examples, but I have no idea how Webware
> them. It's weird: it works if I access
> http://my.domain/WK/anything-at-all/Welcome. The path element after WK
> makes no difference!
> I'm running on Linux with Apache. I've tried changing WEBKIT_DIR in
> /etc/init.d/webkit, but of course that points to the Webware directory.
> If I change that, then nothing works.
> I doubt that this is relevant, but I've got this in my httpd.conf:
> <Location /WK>
> WKServer localhost 8086
> SetHandler webkit-handler
> Ben Kovitz
> The SBML Team, Caltech
> P.S. I've only been using Webware for two days, but I *love* everything
> I've seen so far! I especially love the extremely modular structure,
> so many small things are already worked out so nicely, like being able
> have URLs that don't end in ".psp". I've just got this one point of
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