Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names? - VMS

This is a discussion on Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names? - VMS ; OpenVMS 8.3 on rx2600. Java 1.5.0 Tomcat 5.5.9 We brought this URAWI application over from Unix. URLs look like /URAWI/Login.html ODS-5 disk. A directory of webapps looks like: Directory APACHE$COMMON:[APACHE.JAKARTA.TOMCAT.webapps] balancer.DIR;1 countries.DIR;1 countries.war;1 jpetstore.DIR;1 jpetstore.war;1 myapp-0^.1-dev.DIR;1 myapp-0^.1-dev.war;1 ROOT.DIR;1 servlets-examples.DIR;1 SPRING-FRAMEWORK-1_2_9.DIR;1 ...

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  1. Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names?

    OpenVMS 8.3 on rx2600.
    Java 1.5.0
    Tomcat 5.5.9

    We brought this URAWI application over from Unix. URLs look like
    /URAWI/Login.html

    ODS-5 disk.

    A directory of webapps looks like:


    Directory APACHE$COMMON:[APACHE.JAKARTA.TOMCAT.webapps]

    balancer.DIR;1 countries.DIR;1 countries.war;1 jpetstore.DIR;1
    jpetstore.war;1 myapp-0^.1-dev.DIR;1
    myapp-0^.1-dev.war;1 ROOT.DIR;1
    servlets-examples.DIR;1 SPRING-FRAMEWORK-1_2_9.DIR;1
    SPRING1.ZIP;1 SPRINGFRAMEWORK.DIR;1 tomcat-docs.DIR;1
    TRIAL-EXAMPLES.DIR;1 URAWI.DIR;1 webdav.DIR;1


    $type apache$specific:[000000].tomcatrc
    $ SET PROCESS /PARSE_STYLE=EXTENDED
    $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_ENABLE_ODS5 "1"
    $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_USE_FASTVM "1"
    $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_JAVA_PARAMETERS_FILE
    APACHE$ROOT:[000000]TOMCAT_JVM_ARGS.DAT
    $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$EFS_CHARSET "ENABLE"
    $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$ARGV_PARSE_STYLE "ENABLE"
    $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$FILE_SHARING "ENABLE"
    $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_INTERVAL "60"
    $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_DIRECTORY "TRUE"
    $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "0"
    $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$READDIR_CASE_DISABLE "TRUE"
    $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$DAEMONIZE_MAIN_THREAD "TRUE"
    $
    $ DEFINE APACHE$JAKARTA_JDK_SETUP SYS$MANAGER:JAVA$150_SETUP.COM
    -----

    The manager application shows the URAWI application as /urawi

    "/urawi/Login.html" works.

    "/URAWI/Login.html" produces the 404 page from Tomcat.


    How can I get "/URAWI/" to be recognized? I would have thought the various
    DECC$ logicals, the JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS, etc, etc, would have done it, but
    apparently not.

    JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "8" and "-1" don'tmake any visible difference either.

    Thanks for any info.

    -- Alan



  2. Re: Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names?

    On Apr 1, 6:22 am, wins...@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU (Alan Winston - SSRL
    Central Computing) wrote:
    > OpenVMS 8.3 on rx2600.
    > Java 1.5.0
    > Tomcat 5.5.9
    >
    > We brought this URAWI application over from Unix. URLs look like
    > /URAWI/Login.html
    >
    > ODS-5 disk.
    >
    > A directory of webapps looks like:
    >
    > Directory APACHE$COMMON:[APACHE.JAKARTA.TOMCAT.webapps]
    >
    > balancer.DIR;1 countries.DIR;1 countries.war;1 jpetstore.DIR;1
    > jpetstore.war;1 myapp-0^.1-dev.DIR;1
    > myapp-0^.1-dev.war;1 ROOT.DIR;1
    > servlets-examples.DIR;1 SPRING-FRAMEWORK-1_2_9.DIR;1
    > SPRING1.ZIP;1 SPRINGFRAMEWORK.DIR;1 tomcat-docs.DIR;1
    > TRIAL-EXAMPLES.DIR;1 URAWI.DIR;1 webdav.DIR;1
    >
    > $type apache$specific:[000000].tomcatrc
    > $ SET PROCESS /PARSE_STYLE=EXTENDED
    > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_ENABLE_ODS5 "1"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_USE_FASTVM "1"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_JAVA_PARAMETERS_FILE
    > APACHE$ROOT:[000000]TOMCAT_JVM_ARGS.DAT
    > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$EFS_CHARSET "ENABLE"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$ARGV_PARSE_STYLE "ENABLE"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$FILE_SHARING "ENABLE"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_INTERVAL "60"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_DIRECTORY "TRUE"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "0"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$READDIR_CASE_DISABLE "TRUE"
    > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$DAEMONIZE_MAIN_THREAD "TRUE"
    > $
    > $ DEFINE APACHE$JAKARTA_JDK_SETUP SYS$MANAGER:JAVA$150_SETUP.COM
    > -----
    >
    > The manager application shows the URAWI application as /urawi
    >
    > "/urawi/Login.html" works.
    >
    > "/URAWI/Login.html" produces the 404 page from Tomcat.
    >
    > How can I get "/URAWI/" to be recognized? I would have thought the various
    > DECC$ logicals, the JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS, etc, etc, would have done it, but
    > apparently not.
    >
    > JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "8" and "-1" don'tmake any visible difference either.
    >
    > Thanks for any info.
    >
    > -- Alan


    I can't believe there is software like this. WHY ON EARTH would
    someone need it to be NOT case-sensitive?

    AEF

  3. Re: Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names?

    On Apr 1, 2:43 pm, AEF wrote:
    > On Apr 1, 6:22 am, wins...@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU (Alan Winston - SSRL
    >
    >
    >
    > Central Computing) wrote:
    > > OpenVMS 8.3 on rx2600.
    > > Java 1.5.0
    > > Tomcat 5.5.9

    >
    > > We brought this URAWI application over from Unix. URLs look like
    > > /URAWI/Login.html

    >
    > > ODS-5 disk.

    >
    > > A directory of webapps looks like:

    >
    > > Directory APACHE$COMMON:[APACHE.JAKARTA.TOMCAT.webapps]

    >
    > > balancer.DIR;1 countries.DIR;1 countries.war;1 jpetstore.DIR;1
    > > jpetstore.war;1 myapp-0^.1-dev.DIR;1
    > > myapp-0^.1-dev.war;1 ROOT.DIR;1
    > > servlets-examples.DIR;1 SPRING-FRAMEWORK-1_2_9.DIR;1
    > > SPRING1.ZIP;1 SPRINGFRAMEWORK.DIR;1 tomcat-docs.DIR;1
    > > TRIAL-EXAMPLES.DIR;1 URAWI.DIR;1 webdav.DIR;1

    >
    > > $type apache$specific:[000000].tomcatrc
    > > $ SET PROCESS /PARSE_STYLE=EXTENDED
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_ENABLE_ODS5 "1"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_USE_FASTVM "1"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB APACHE$JAKARTA_JAVA_PARAMETERS_FILE
    > > APACHE$ROOT:[000000]TOMCAT_JVM_ARGS.DAT
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$EFS_CHARSET "ENABLE"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$ARGV_PARSE_STYLE "ENABLE"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB DECC$FILE_SHARING "ENABLE"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_INTERVAL "60"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$CACHING_DIRECTORY "TRUE"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "0"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$READDIR_CASE_DISABLE "TRUE"
    > > $ DEFINE/JOB JAVA$DAEMONIZE_MAIN_THREAD "TRUE"
    > > $
    > > $ DEFINE APACHE$JAKARTA_JDK_SETUP SYS$MANAGER:JAVA$150_SETUP.COM
    > > -----

    >
    > > The manager application shows the URAWI application as /urawi

    >
    > > "/urawi/Login.html" works.

    >
    > > "/URAWI/Login.html" produces the 404 page from Tomcat.

    >
    > > How can I get "/URAWI/" to be recognized? I would have thought the various
    > > DECC$ logicals, the JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS, etc, etc, would have done it, but
    > > apparently not.

    >
    > > JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "8" and "-1" don'tmake any visible difference either.

    >
    > > Thanks for any info.

    >
    > > -- Alan

    >
    > I can't believe there is software like this. WHY ON EARTH would
    > someone need it to be NOT case-sensitive?
    >
    > AEF


    Case sensitivity is an abomination unto Nuggen :-)

  4. Re: Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names?

    In article <00A77727.C0196CB8@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU>,
    winston@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU (Alan Winston - SSRL Central Computing)
    wrote:



    > How can I get "/URAWI/" to be recognized? I would have thought the various
    > DECC$ logicals, the JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS, etc, etc, would have done it, but
    > apparently not.
    >
    > JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "8" and "-1" don'tmake any visible difference either.


    I don't see DECC$EFS_CASE_PRESERVE in your list. It might be implicit
    in one of the JAVA$xxx logicals, but it might be worth trying
    explicitly just in case.

    --
    Posted via a free Usenet account from http://www.teranews.com


  5. Re: Getting Tomcat to allow upper-case application names?

    In article , "Craig A. Berry" writes:
    >In article <00A77727.C0196CB8@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU>,
    > winston@SSRL.SLAC.STANFORD.EDU (Alan Winston - SSRL Central Computing)
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >> How can I get "/URAWI/" to be recognized? I would have thought the various
    >> DECC$ logicals, the JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS, etc, etc, would have done it, but
    >> apparently not.
    >>
    >> JAVA$FILENAME_CONTROLS "8" and "-1" don'tmake any visible difference either.

    >
    >I don't see DECC$EFS_CASE_PRESERVE in your list. It might be implicit
    >in one of the JAVA$xxx logicals, but it might be worth trying
    >explicitly just in case.


    Tried it explicitly (at Steve Schweda's suggestion). Didn't make any visible
    difference.

    Googling around, can't seem to find any complete listing of JAVA$xxx logicals.

    -- Alan


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