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From muddushafi <muddu_sh...@yahoo.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Syntax error in httpd.conf
Date Sat, 27 Jun 2009 12:11:25 GMT

I have a weird situation here. 
I have downloaded Apache 2.2.11 version and installed it on Windows 2003
server. During installation I gave some dummy domain name and sever name, to
which Server displayed an Error but started normally and I could see the
page "It works".

Then I have created a new file in "$Apache_home/conf" folder namely
"mod-jk.conf" to include mod-jk.so module in apache for failover. 

In httpd-conf file I am trying to include the "mod-jk.conf" file using 
Include conf/mod-jk.conf

Server displays an error as such:
Syntax error on line XXX: ....................
Its the same line where I wrote the Include command....
As part of R&D, i uncommented some of the Include commands already there in
httpd-conf folder, but they seem to work fine...

Can anyone exlain me the reason behind that.....Is it because I gave a dummy
domain name...
FYI- I only have work group configured for my server and not domain. What
shud I give the details in domain name.
:confused:
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