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From Brian Quinn <br...@az511.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Serving Up JPS Pages
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2004 13:58:05 GMT
thanks.  Option 2 is the one i will have to go with since we are relying 
mostly on PHP for that site, there's just one section that will be doing 
some jsp/mysql stuff.  I just printed the doc you referenced, and i'll give 
it a shot.

Thanks for the help

Brian



At 02:41 PM 6/22/2004, you wrote:
>There are a few ways of configuring a Java/JSP enabled server. Yes you 
>need tomcat or another container this much is true, but is may not be as 
>straight forward as that.
>
>Here are the options.
>
>1. Use Tomcat's built in http server and forget using apache.
>You will only be able to serve static content and Java/JSP (no perl/PHP 
>and so on). Just change the default port for the http server from 8080 to 
>80 and this will be okay for some situations, certainly for development.
>
>2. Configure tomcat and apache to talk to each other via mod_jk or mod_jk 2.
>This is harder work, but more common on production systems.
>This document explains better than i can in this post 
>http://www.ubeans.com/tomcat/
>With this way of doing things you will also be able to have other 
>languages supported on your server.
>
>HTH Mark
>
>On 22 Jun 2004, at 15:46, Brian Quinn wrote:
>
>>ok, thats what i thought i needed to do.
>>
>>Thanks for the help
>>
>>Brian
>>
>>
>>At 03:33 PM 6/21/2004, you wrote:
>>>As far as I know you will need to do a standard install of Tomcat.
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>>>:: -----Original Message-----
>>>:: From: Brian Quinn [mailto:brian@az511.com]
>>>:: Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 12:30 AM
>>>:: To: users@httpd.apache.org
>>>:: Subject: [users@httpd] Serving Up JPS Pages
>>>::
>>>:: I'm setting up our server to be able to serve up JSP pages, and i was
>>>:: wondering if what i need to install to do this?  do i need to install the
>>>:: whole Jakarta package and make sure it's always running?  or is there a
>>>:: smaller plug in that will do this?
>>>::
>>>::
>>>:: Thanks
>>>::
>>>:: Brian
>>>::
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