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I have successfully redirected from IIS 5 to Tomcat 5.5 the /serlvet-examples webapp that comes with the Tomcat 5.5 distribution. I also have been able to successfully test my own servlets by calling them directly on port 8080. I have been unable, however, to redirect to these servlets in the same fashion as the sample servlets. When I view the uri runtime info via /jkstatus everything looks consistent so I suspect the file listed below.


#Look at
#for parameter description

info=Shared memory file. Required for multiprocess servers
file=D:\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\temp\jk2.shm

info=Ajp13 worker, connects to tomcat instance using AJP 1.3 protocol

# Map webapps to the Web server uri space

info=Servlet examples, map requests for all servlets to Tomcat.

info=Sample Servlets

# define the worker

# Uri mapping


Let me reiterate that everything works fine by calling port 8080. All servlets located in /servlets-examples work. A servlet in /sample works but a jsp file in that webapp throws a HTTP 500 - Internal server error as well as all of the servlets in the /contracts webapp.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
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