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IT (Pradeep Viswanathan)
03/19/2012 02:53 AM

In my web server configuration, i can see JSP's being routed to jRun  / ColdFusion     "AddHandler jrun-handler .jsp .jws .cfm .cfml .cfc .cfr .cfswf" Is this required ? Thx & rgds, Pradeep Viswanathan R DISCLAIMER: "This e-mail message including any of its attachments is intended solely for the addressee(s) and may contain privileged information. If you are not the addressee or you have received this email message in error, please notify the sender who will remove your details from its database. You are not authorized to read, copy, disseminate, distribute or use this e-mail message or any attachment to it in any manner and must delete the email and destroy any hard copies of it. This e-mail message does not contain financial instructions or commitments of any kind. Any views expressed in this message are those of the individual sender and do not necessarily reflect the views of Emirates NBD PJSC, or any other related subsidiaries, entities or persons."

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J.J. Merrick
03/19/2012 06:40 AM

It is doing this because jRun can handle JSPs. If you want that to be another J2EE to handle JSP pages I think it is safe to change this and not required by CF. -J.J. ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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IT (Pradeep Viswanathan)
03/19/2012 06:42 AM

Guessing the same - it should be safe but wonder if there is any internal CF stuff which is dependent on this. Thx & rgds, Pradeep Viswanathan R It is doing this because jRun can handle JSPs. If you want that to be another J2EE to handle JSP pages I think it is safe to change this and not required by CF. -J.J. ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Russ Michaels
03/19/2012 06:51 AM

only the wildcard handler works, the regular script maps which point to JRUN_IIS6.dll  do not work at all. Try disabling the wildcard handler and see what happens. Why these are even created I do not know, my guess would be left over legacy support for IIS5, but then one has to wonder why the file is called JRUN_IIS6.dll however there are some instances where you need a regular script map as well as a wildcard handler, here is an example. http://www.michaels.me.uk/post.cfm/getting-coldfusion-working-with-helicon-ape On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 10:41 AM, IT (Pradeep Viswanathan) < PradeepV@emiratesnbd.com> wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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IT (Pradeep Viswanathan)
03/19/2012 06:55 AM

Thanks Russ that is informative. Guess I am going to take the JSP handler. Thx & rgds, Pradeep Viswanathan R only the wildcard handler works, the regular script maps which point to JRUN_IIS6.dll  do not work at all. Try disabling the wildcard handler and see what happens. Why these are even created I do not know, my guess would be left over legacy support for IIS5, but then one has to wonder why the file is called JRUN_IIS6.dll however there are some instances where you need a regular script map as well as a wildcard handler, here is an example. http://www.michaels.me.uk/post.cfm/getting-coldfusion-working-with-helicon-ape On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 10:41 AM, IT (Pradeep Viswanathan) < PradeepV@emiratesnbd.com> wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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IT (Pradeep Viswanathan)
03/19/2012 04:30 PM

Does someone know how to remove the JSP handler in Apache, I edited the http.conf and restarted both apache and jRun. It does not seem to take effect . Is it mandatory to be done using wsconfig ? Thanks Russ that is informative. Guess I am going to take the JSP handler. Thx & rgds, Pradeep Viswanathan R only the wildcard handler works, the regular script maps which point to JRUN_IIS6.dll  do not work at all. Try disabling the wildcard handler and see what happens. Why these are even created I do not know, my guess would be left over legacy support for IIS5, but then one has to wonder why the file is called JRUN_IIS6.dll however there are some instances where you need a regular script map as well as a wildcard handler, here is an example. http://www.michaels.me.uk/post.cfm/getting-coldfusion-working-with-helicon-ape On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 10:41 AM, IT (Pradeep Viswanathan) < PradeepV@emiratesnbd.com> wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Russ Michaels
03/19/2012 04:43 PM

do you still have the wildcard handler mapping setup ? if so then CF will still be processing ..jsp files On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 8:30 PM, IT (Pradeep Viswanathan) < PradeepV@emiratesnbd.com> wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----


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