(Is webdev dead? Mailman wouldn't let me subscribe.)
I have set up a web server on RHEL3.0 with the standard apache2 that
comes with it, jakarta-tomcat-4.1.31/j2sdk1.4.2_08 and
jakarta-tomcat-connectors-22.214.171.124. WebDAV is enabled.
Everything works fine but for one feature: .jsp files cannot be modified
through WebDAV, there's always a "file not found" error. I found a solution
for mod_jk2 at
but mod_jk2 is deprecated, and I haven't been able to find the equivalent
solution for mod_jk ("Invalid command 'JkUriSet'" for my setup). Any ideas?
I have googled for the best part of the afternoon, and my understanding
of tomcat's directory structure is sketchy at best (which parts are
actually being used?).
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