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From "Nortje, Andrew" <>
Subject RE: Tomcat-Apache Struts Intergration?
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2001 14:42:01 GMT

You need to tell apache which files will be served by Tomcat. You do this by
adding entries in the httpd.conf file in $APACHE_HOME/conf directory

What I do in development is to get Tomcat to serve all the files in a given
web app. So the entry in httpd.conf for a web app called jazz would be 

JkMount /jazz/* ajp12

Here is a cut and paste from my httpd.conf file. Notice I have set all .do
and .jsp files to be handled by Tomcat.

In production one would need to be a bit more sophisticated.

LoadModule jk_module libexec\mod_jk.dll
 AddModule mod_jk.c
JkLogFile     C:\web\apache-1.3.20\Apache\logs\mod_jk.log
JkLogLevel    info

JkMount /*.jsp ajp12
JkMount /jazz/* ajp12
JkMount /struts-documentation/* ajp12
JkMount /*.do ajp12

-----Original Message-----
From: Cameron Ingram [] 
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 10:27 AM
To: <
Subject: Tomcat-Apache Struts Intergration?

Hi All,

   I got tomcat and apache integrated and working together, however I do not
seem to have the struts part configured correctly. I followed the
installation directions to the letter on the web site.  I am using the
struts example as my test. If I use tomcat directly(port 8080) every thing
works great!  However when I use apache , and here is the weird thing, the
only page that seems to be able to handle the .do extension is the logon
page. In other words every thing else that has a .do associated to it will
not work. Apache for some reason is trying to handle those pages. Soooo is
there any one out there using apache, tomcat and struts on netware, also
could some one who has integrated the three successfully send me some
instructions on how they did it? By the way I am using the latest version of
Apache and Tomcat 3.3. Any help you guys could give would be great!

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