I'm trying to connect WOWZA to our Fedora-based digital repository service. Fedora stores digital assets in a rather complicated directory structure and stores files without extensions. My goal is to:

1. Create a symbolic link to a video asset within the WOWZA datastreamStore directory
2. Generate a simple HTML wrapper to set up the JW Player

I'm able to get the link created across the servers (connected on the same NFS) as seen here: http://libwowza.neu.edu/datastreamSt...ams/187282.mp4, where 187282.mp4 is a symbolic link to a file within the Fedora data directory.
When I try to pass this file to JW Player, I get an error indicating that the file ID was not found on the server: http://libwowza.neu.edu/test2.html, using this simplified code:

<title>JW Player 6</title>

<script type="text/javascript" src="/jwplayer/jwplayer.js" ></script>


<div id="player">Loading the player...</div>

<script type="text/javascript">
sources: [{
file: "rtmp://libwowza.neu.edu:1935/datastreamStore/datastreams/vod/mp4:187282.mp4"
file: "http://libwowza.neu.edu:1935/datastreamStore/datastreams/187282.mp4/playlist.m3u8"
rtmp: {
bufferlength: 3

I'm not sure why this doesn't work...
Any help would be more than greatly appreciated!