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From Jason Johnston <>
Subject Re: Apache AJP, SSL and Cocoon
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2006 14:19:08 GMT
Joost Kuif wrote:
 > Hi,
 > I have a website which consists of a http and a https(ssl) part. In the
 > future i'll have a Apache webserver in front of the cocoon server.
 > At the moment HTTPS is only used for logging in to the website.
 > The HTTP part (running on Cocoon) contains a login form which posts its
 > data to a servlet listening on a HTTPS port. After the userdata is
 > validated the user is redirected back to the HTTP site.
 > Now i want to add other functionality to the HTTPS part (like users
 > being able to change settings). And cocoon funtionality is likely to
 > move more towards the HTTPS part.
 > And i wondered: Is it possible to connect to only one cocoon instance
 > from both the HTTP and HTTPS port on the apache webserver via AJP (and
 > in this way prevent that we have to maintain two sourcetrees)?

I'm doing this same thing and it works just fine, though I'm using 
mod_proxy rather than AJP.  But I don't see why it couldn't also be done 
with the AJP connector, just duplicate its configuration in your SSL 

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