Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
Well, what is the problem? You indicate that it works in Apache-only pages; does it not work in Apache/Tomcat pages? If not, what happens? Does Tomcat have SSI enabled (I think that by default it's turned off)?
Tomcat does have SSI enabled, but shouldn't matter, I think. SSI is being handled by Apache, and my issue is present regardless of the enabled-ness os SSI in Tomcat.
I'll exapnd a little, for clarity. When I use SSI in a Tomcat context, the SSI "echo var" command doesn't get the LAST_MODIFIED variable correctly. Specifically, if I use:
regardless of the date that the file was modified. (This appears to be the UNIX epoch?) In a non-context area, the last modified date is returned correctly. All other variables that are queried using "echo var" return sane and expected values.
Here's my test page, in a context: test-echo-var.shtml (context)
Here's the same test page, in a non-context that Tomcat / mod_jk don't manage: test-echo-var.shtml (non context)
Also, I'm running on Mandriva Linux Corporate Server 3.0.
Thanks for your reply, and I hope I've clarified my problem.
ps - edited for additional OS information.
pps - last edit ate part of my post. restored.
[ January 03, 2006: Message edited by: Shane Doucette ]