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From Lukas Bradley <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.51, Tomcat 5.0.x, mod_jk (not supported?!)
Date Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:21:42 GMT
Running Red Hat Fed Core 2, Apache 2.0.51, Tomcat 5.0.x.

I'm trying to configure Apache and Tomcat like I have countless times 
before.  The only mod_jk source or binary I can find is for Apache 
2.0.50.  If I try to use it with 2.0.51 it's a no-go.

Since the documentation on mod_jk2 is horrendous, and I've NEVER been 
able to properly get it to work, I really would like to continue with 
mod_jk without re-installing Apache 2.0.50.

More disturbingly, I saw this archive email:

 > >Should we see the works on mod_proxy and ajp support in the upcoming 
2.0.51 ?
 > No, not in 2.0.51 (and to your following question of 2.0.x later
 > releases, also likely no.)

So, is mod_jk not being supported with a 2.0.51 version?

If not, is there an easy way to roll-back to Apache 2.0.50?

Any other options?

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