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    Is there a place to put apache configurations in dm server? We need to do the following:

    Place the following commands in your apache conf file or an .htaccess file within the scope of your remoting gateway:

    Header unset "Expires"
    Header unset "Pragma"
    Header set "Cache-Control" "no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0"

    Where do we go to do that? Does dm server provide support for setting those headers?

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    Hi aznboarder,

    Originally posted by aznboarder View Post
    Is there a place to put apache configurations in dm server?
    No, the SpringSource dm Server is not based on the Apache HTTP Server. Thus Apache configuration files have no meaning within the dm Server.

    However, you can most certainly configure the Tomcat Servlet container, which is embedded in dm Server, to be fronted by an Apache HTTP Server, in which case you would configure Apache as you would with a standard Tomcat installation. For details on how to configure the embedded Tomcat Servlet container with Apache, please refer to the SpringSource dm Server User Guide.