I am using Resin at the moment for Java Servlets and am wondering if Resin can be configured
to forward requests to Webware.
Resin is Java servlet container (and non-standard EJB container). What are you trying to do? Are you saying you want to run Resin for Java apps and Webware for python apps? Mike On Thursday, November 28, 2002, at 11:23 AM, Eric Henderson wrote: > All > I've just installed apache and webware app server with success but am > wondering if anyon ehas this working with Resin? > > > thanks > > Eric
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From: Michael Engelhart <mengelhart@ka...> - 2002-12-02 14:35:16
Ah - I see what you mean.
A couple of questions then.
1) are you using Apache? If so, you're best bet would be to learn how=20=
to use mod_rewrite and have Apache rewrite the URL's that are currently=20=
going to Resin and have them go to Webware.
2) Do you still want to use the Servlet functionality? i.e., are your=20
servlets performing some action that you wan to forward to Webware? =20
If that's what you're looking for there's no direct way to convert=20
between the two unless you pass everything as parameters but that=20
limits you pretty significantly - for example you can't use a=20
RequestDispatcher and put stuff a Java object into it and forward it=20
to a Webware servlet and expect a result.
Again, not sure what you're trying to do here...
On Monday, December 2, 2002, at 09:06 AM, Eric Henderson wrote:
> I am using Resin at the moment for Java Servlets and am wondering if=20=
> Resin can be configured
> to forward requests to Webware.
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