[opencms-dev] Rename opencms servlet to /
achim.westermann at gmx.de
Wed Jul 15 21:34:28 CEST 2009
thank you for self - replying, this may be useful for the community! I
did neither know or think this is possible nor try to do it (always used
the ROOT context in Tomcat for removing the context part and mod_rewrite
in apache for getting rid of the servlet name).
I don't speak chinese but I'd be happy if this would be translated to
english and posted to opencms-wiki.org to be shared and polished by a
Alkacon Software GmbH - The OpenCms Experts
http://www.alkacon.com - http://www.opencms.org
Yves Glodt wrote:
> I self reply again...
> I found no way making OpenCms work with /* as path for the
> OpenCmsServlet. Then urlrewrite came into my mind and I found this:
> and it works AFAICS
> Best regards
> On Wednesday 15 July 2009, Yves Glodt wrote:
>> I have a situation where Tomcat6/win64 is in a DMZ behind an
>> Microsoft ISA, and I can not use a front-apache httpd. I use opencms
>> 7.5-jpa with Firebird 2.1.
>> Now the old story: I need to remove the /opencms/opencms prefix.
>> The first one I got rid of by installing as ROOT,war
>> I managed to rename the second /opencms to /web, and it works as
>> well. But as soon as I name it / I get 404 errors.
>> What I did is:
>> 1. Changed the <context-param> called "OpenCmsServlet" from
>> "/opencms/*" to "/*" 2. Changed the <servlet-mapping> for
>> "OpenCmsServlet" from "/opencms/*" to "/*" and nothing else.
>> opencms-importexport was not touched.
>> Are there some special steps to take to rename the opencms-servlet?
>> Thanks in advance and best regards,
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