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From "Martin Vilcans" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Simple WAR on Apache + Tomcat + JBoss
Date Fri, 14 Feb 2003 16:36:55 GMT
I'm no mod_jk expert, but I've got it working, so perhaps I can help.

> JKMount /examples/servlet/* ajp13
> JKMount /examples/*.jsp ajp13
> JKMount /mig/servlet/* ajp13
> JKMount /mig/*.jsp ajp13
> JKMount /mig/* ajp13

I don't use wildcards in my configuration, and it works for me. Instead of
the above, try:

JKMount /examples ajp13
JKMount /mig ajp13

> ---------------------------------------------------------
> My file contains
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> workers.tomcat_home=/jboss/catalina
> workers.java_home=/usr/java130
> ps=/
> worker.list=ajp13
> worker.ajp13.port=8009
> worker.ajp13.type=ajp13

The last four lines look exactly like my config, except that I use localhost
as host.

> -------------------------------------------------------
> My tomcat4-service.xml file has following:
> -------------------------------------------------------
> <Connector className="org.apache.ajp.tomcat4.Ajp13Connector"
> port="8009" minProcessors="5" maxProcessors="75" acceptCount="10"
> debug="1"/>
> ------------------------------------------------------
> By the way why should Port be 8009...? should it be 8080?

Yes, AJP13 normally uses port 8009.

> Can anyone see if the above process is proper?
> When I try http://MY.IP.ADDR.ESS on my browser, it shows my
> Welcome Apache
> Page...which shows Apache is working fine.
> Later when I try http://MY.IP.ADDR.ESS/mig is says Page Not Found Error

Have you tried http://MY.IP.ADDR.ESS/mig/ (with the trailing slash)?

> When I add Port 8080 as http://MY.IP.ADDR.ESS:8080/mig
> it works fine...

That's good. It shows Tomcat is running.

> How can I know if my Apache + Tomcat Integration is working fine and that
> Apache REDIRECTS my JSP/Servlets to Tomcat?

You'll know when http://MY.IP.ADDR.ESS/mig works.

> Should I start my Jboss first or Apache first?

JBoss, as Apache will show error messages if JBoss isn't up when you try to
access JBoss through Apache. On the other hand, if Apache is down, you won't
see any pages at all.


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