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Date: 12/12/2006
From: matt@newatlanta.com
Subject: Re: [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in
By default, when SE is installed against IIS, the ServletExec Filter (an 
ISAPI Filter) gets placed at the global "websites" level within IIS.
This means that the SE filter gets invoked for all requests (all 
hostnames... i.e. all IIS websites).
If you wish the SE filter to only come into play for 1 particular IIS 
website (and not others) then:

If you are using SE ISAPI:
Remove the SE Filter from the global level of IIS, and then add it at 
the level of your 1 particular IIS website.
You may do this for exactly 1 IIS website.

If you are using SE AS:
Leave the SE Filter where it is (the global level of IIS), and simply 
edit the webadapter.properties file
to change "...hosts=all"  to "...hosts=a.com".
That way requests will only be routed to your SE AS instances when the 
host header in the request is "a.com".

Matt McGinty
Software Engineer
New Atlanta Communications, LLC
http://www.newatlanta.com 



sudhir.mehta@wipro.com wrote:

> Hi,
>  
> I have a IIS 6.0 Web Server. I have the following installed on it:
>  
> 1. Servlet Exec 5.0
> 2. BEA Web Logic - IIS Proxy Plug-in
>  
> We have deployed a application "a" to be served by Servlet Exec  
5.0 
> For eg: http://a.com/a.jsp
> Another application "b" is deployed in Web Logic which we access 

> through IIS - http://b.com/b.jsp
>  
> But when we access the URL http://b.com/b.jsp, Servlet Exec tries to 
> locate and execute the JSP and gives 404 error.
>  
> Can we do some configurations in Servlet Exec, so has to not serve the 
> web logic application.
>  
> Your help will be highly appreciated.
>  
> Regards,
> Sudhir Mehta
>
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<font face="Verdana">By default, when SE is installed against   
IIS, the
ServletExec Filter (an ISAPI Filter) gets placed at the global
"websites" level within IIS.<br>
This means that the SE filter gets invoked for all requests (all
hostnames... i.e. all IIS websites).<br>
If you wish the SE filter to only come into play for 1 particular IIS
website (and not others) then:<br>
<br>
&nbsp;If you are using SE ISAPI:<br>
&nbsp;Remove the SE Filter from the global level of IIS, and then add it at

the level of your 1 particular IIS website.<br>
&nbsp;You may do this for exactly 1 IIS website.<br>
<br>
&nbsp;If you are using SE AS:<br>
&nbsp;Leave the SE Filter where it is (the global level of IIS), and simply

edit the webadapter.properties file<br>
&nbsp;to change "...hosts=all"&nbsp; to                       
"...hosts=a.com".<br>
&nbsp;That way requests will only be routed to your SE AS instances when    
the
host header in the request is "a.com".<br>
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<pre class="moz-signature" cols="72">Matt McGinty
Software Engineer
New Atlanta Communications, LLC
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext"                                   
href="http://www.newatlanta.com">http://www.newatlanta.com</a>
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 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">I have a IIS  
6.0 Web Server. I have
the following installed on it:</font></div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">1. Servlet    
Exec 5.0</font></div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">2. BEA Web    
Logic - IIS Proxy Plug-in</font></div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">We have       
deployed a application "a"
to be served by Servlet Exec 5.0 For eg: <a                                  
href="http://a.com/a.jsp">http://a.com/a.jsp</a></font>
</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">Another       
application "b" is deployed
in Web Logic which we access through IIS - <a                                
href="http://b.com/b.jsp">http://b.com/b.jsp</a></font>
</div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">But when we   
access the URL <a
href="http://b.com/b.jsp">http://b.com/b.jsp</a>, Servlet    
Exec tries
to locate and execute&nbsp;the JSP and gives 404                            
error.</font></div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">Can we do     
some configurations in
Servlet Exec, so has to not serve the web logic                                 
application.</font></div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">Your help     
will be highly appreciated.</font></div>
 <div>&nbsp;</div>
 <div><font face="Arial"                                     
size="2">Regards,</font></div>
 <div><font face="Arial" size="2">Sudhir        
Mehta</font></div>
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Date Subject Author
12/12/2006 Re: [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in matt@newatlanta.com
12/12/2006 RE: [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in sudhir.mehta@wipro.com
12/12/2006 Re: [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in matt@newatlanta.com
12/12/2006 Re: [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in matt@newatlanta.com
12/12/2006 [ServletExec] Servlet Exec and IIS - BEA Proxy Plug-in sudhir.mehta@wipro.com
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