• Subject: RE: HTTP V4R4 web server setup
  • From: "Stone, Brad V (TC)" <bvstone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 12:48:03 -0600

  Map   /*    /root/www/*

Remove the above line.  You don't need it if you're mapping in your PASS
directive (which is what you're doing using Pass /* /root/www/*).

Brad

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christopher A. Libby [mailto:clibby@mainepublicservice.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 12:16 PM
> To: WEB400@midrange.com
> Subject: RE: HTTP V4R4 web server setup
> 
> 
> Okay - I've taken everyone's advice and setup a WWW directory 
> under the IFS
> ROOT folder.  But now I'm having problems trying to access 
> files.  I believe
> my CONFIG file is correct, but I'm not entirely sure.  Could someone
> comment?
> 
> # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
> * * * * #
> # Welcome index.htm mps.as400.ntlan
> # HTTP DEFAULT CONFIGURATION                                  
>         #
> # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
> * * * * #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  HostName                     mps.as400.ntlan
> #  HostName                     your.full.host.name           
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  The default port for HTTP is 80;  Should specify ports 
> above 1024  #
> #  if port 80 is not used.                                    
>         #
> #  Port                          80                           
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
>    Enable                        GET
>    Enable                        POST
> #  Enable                        HEAD                         
>         #
> #  Disable                       {all others}                 
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  Map   /test/*  /as400/*                                    
>         #
> #  Pass  /as400SYS/* /QSYS.LIB/HTTPDEV.LIB/HTML.FILE/*        
>         #
>    Map   /*    /root/www/*
>    Map   /CGI-BIN/*    /cgi-bin/*.PGM
>    Map   /cgi-bin/*    /cgi-bin/*.PGM
>    Pass  /*    /root/www/*
> #  Pass  /QSYS.LIB/AS400LIB.LIB/HTML.FILE/*                   
>         #
> #  Pass  /QDLS/graphics/*                                     
>         #
> #  Fail  /QDLS/TESTING/*                                      
>         #
> #  Redirect  /some_url/*  http://some_server/some_url/*       
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  Search             <search_script_pathname>                
>         #
> #  Post-Script        <post_handler_pathname>                 
>         #
> #  Put-Script         <put_handler_pathname>                  
>         #
> #  Delete-Script      <delete_handler_pathname>               
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  Scripts; URLs starting with /cgi-bin/ will be understood 
> as        #
> #  script calls in the directory /your/script/directory.      
>         #
>   Exec  /cgi-bin/*                    /QSYS.LIB/WEBLIB.LIB/*
> #                                                             
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> # *** DIRECTORY LISTINGS ***                                  
>         #
>    DirAccess                     Selective                    
>         #
> #  Welcome                       Welcome.html                 
>         #
>    Welcome                       index.html                   
>         #
>    AlwaysWelcome                 On                           
>         #
> #  DirReadme                     Top                          
>         #
> #  DirShowDate                   On                           
>         #
> #  DirShowSize                   On                           
>         #
> #  DirShowBytes                  On                           
>         #
> #  DirShowOwner                  Off                          
>         #
> #  DirShowDescription            On                           
>         #
> #  DirShowMaxDescrLength         25                           
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  Logging; if you want logging uncomment these lines and 
> specify     #
> #  locations for your access and error logs                   
>         #
>    AccessLog /root/WWW/ACCESS.LOG
> #  LogFormat                    Common                        
>         #
> #  LogTime                      LocalTime                     
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #  InputTimeOut                 2 mins                        
>         #
> #  OutputTimeOut                20 mins                       
>         #
> #  ScriptTimeOut                5 mins                        
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> #                                                             
>         #
> # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 
> * * * * #
> 
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> Christopher A. Libby, Programmer/Analyst
> Maine Public Service Company (www.mainepublicservice.com)
> clibby@mainepublicservice.com (207) 768-5811 ext. 2210
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-web400@midrange.com [mailto:owner-web400@midrange.com]On
> Behalf Of Anton Gombkötö
> Sent: Monday, March 05, 2001 10:41 AM
> To: WEB400@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: HTTP V4R4 web server setup
> 
> 
> 
> >this follows the old concept of NEVER using IBM supplied 
> libs for your own
> >home-brew stuff...."unpredictable results may occur...."  :)
> 
> nice sounding rule of thumb,
> 
> but not for this case. One can't create folders (and i mean 
> the original
> folders; the "HFS") somewhere else than in QDLS.
> In fact, it's quite similar to creating a library. All 
> folders are in QDLS,
> all libraries are in QSYS!
> 
> So, where are your user-created libraries? ;-)
> 
> 0.02 Euro
> 
> 
> 
> Mit freundlichen Grüssen / best regards
> 
> Anton Gombkötö
> 
> Avenum Technologie GmbH
> Wien - Mattsee - Stuttgart
> e-mail Office   :       mailto:Anton.Gombkoetoe@avenum.com
> Homepage        :       http://www.avenum.com
> 
> Lest das Redbook / read the redbook "Who knew you could do 
> that with RPG?":
> http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg245402.html
> 
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