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Subject [users@httpd] apache connection to tomcat not understand all
Date Wed, 09 Apr 2003 20:08:11 GMT
I have Apache which listening port 80 and tomcat 8080 and i have the 
context "ecs" which is protected for a protected connection ssl  and I 
have the context "martin".  
Thus I can make:  
http://localhost:8080/ecs and I am redirected automatically on 
up to now all is normal...  
My small questions...  
As Apache listens on port 80 and is connected to tomcat via mod_jk, I 
will have to be able to launch these URL without specifying the port?  
Isn't it?  

Also i do not understand my file server.xml :
I was defined only one service:  
< Service name="Tomcat-Standalone "> with three connectors, HTTP, 
https, and AJP13:  
port="8080" redirectPort="8443" ...  >  
port="8443"... >  
<Connector className="org.apache.ajp.tomcat4.Ajp13Connector" 
port="8009" redirectPort="8443" ...  >  

I wonder , connector AJP13 should not it be in a different service, by 
definition the service tomcat-standalone means that tomcat works 
alone, therefore it's appears illogical that a connector like AJP13 
which  connect apache and tomcat is in a service standalone!  
But it seems to work whereas i'am obliged to specify port in url.

Thank you for your explanations...

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