Quoting John Reilly <jr at inconspicuous.org>:
> I suspect you could set up a second virtual server pointed at the same
> DocumentRoot, with webdav enabled but without the JkMounts to "webdav-
> enable" your jsps. Not sure if this would suffice.
Yes, the more I think about it, there more it looks like this is the best
way to proceed.
> If you do configure apache and tomcat to have the same "DocumentRoot" ,
> don't forget to block requests to the WEB-INF directory (you don't want
> people reading your web.xml, or downloading your servlet jar files).
Yes, that's done.
> Not sure if that helps or not.
Always grateful for a few cluons :)
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