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I solved the problem with the websphere webserver plugin. That's not the exactly way I intended but it's working for me (except there is still a problem with the log in:-(.
Benefits: SSI -tags within notes forms are possible and will be processed by apache, built in failover and loadbalancing by using the websphere plugin
For interested people a short description how I did it (only for notes 6.x and apache 2!):
* install the webshpere express 51 webserver plugin for apache. The setup app will add a LoadModule line to the httpd.conf
* edit plugin-cfg.xml in websphere directory
* make sure, that HTTPEnableConnectorHeaders = 1 appears in notes.ini. If it is not turned on (or you have a typo), you will get a http 400 (I think), telling a "colon" is missing (in fact, that must be a bug in notes 6.x which doesn't like headers including $WS...: ($WF... and all other letters are OK)) !!!
To enable SSI:
* add a >Location< or >LocationMatch< directive in httpd.conf which matches for your notes application urls. Within this tags, turn off SSI (Options +Includes and SetOutputFilter INCLUDES)
Note: be careful with the location directive, because it may interfere with directory directives and invalidate security settings!
Of course, the SSI module has to be loaded somewhere in httpd.conf.