• Subject: RE: What I Learned on my Vacation - Part I - WebSphere
  • From: "Art Smet" <smet@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 15:10:46 -0600
  • Importance: Normal

It's not the only way but probably the easiest way to configure the file
serving servlet is to use the wizard.   At v3.02x, use the Tasks tab
Configuration to "Configure a servlet", and later on it will provide a
Websphere supplied list of servlets to select from.

One thing I'd like to pass along when configuring the file serving servlet
to the default web app... Look close at the file serving servlet's servlet
web path, it will include " defaulthost/ ".  This will cause ANY incoming
URL (that does not already match up to some other WebSphere configured
servlet web path) to map to the file serving servlet, which will then try
to serve it.  You might want to think about limiting whatever it serves by
replacing this web path with "/*.html" and "/*.gif and anything else you
might have laying around in the default app's doc root.

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