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Symbolic link wierdness

 
Rathnakar Tadiparthi
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I'm using Apache on Compaq Tru64. I've setup a symbolic link and it works fine for static html and gifs. When I try to access a JSP though, I get a FileNotFoundException. The JSP is stand-alone(no references to any classes). What could be causing this? Any ideas would be appreciated, because I am totally lost on this one!!
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William Brogden
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Assuming you mean Apache Tomcat - do the example servlets and JSP that come with it work?
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Rathnakar Tadiparthi
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Yes, the demo apps work from their respective default locations. The problem happens only for custom JSPs accessed via symbolic link. The sym-link pointed path is completely ignored and the app-server is looking at the default directories under Apache/Apache/htdocs...
 
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