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Apache jserv htpasswd

This should be simple, haven't had a lot of time to play with this.

I want to use a .htpasswd file with a collection of servlets.  So far all I can do is password protect an apache directory, but I can not protect the servlet directory.

Can I put the .htaccess file within any of these locations and reference the .htpasswd file.

Thanks for the help.
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lfabbric
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lfabbricAuthor Commented:
Well if anyone is curious I got this to work on my own.

1.  I modified the jserv.conf file and added a <location /servlet/>

</location>

and referenced a .htpasswd file.

Works well.
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