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From "Cappelletti Marc" <>
Subject RE: Handling probel.
Date Tue, 09 Dec 2008 09:27:01 GMT
Hi Andras,

Thanks for your answer, it seems that your answer matches what I've found on the web.

But as far as I know, on a cPanel, I should be able to use this connector through apache handlers.
But maybe mod_jk has another name or something of that kind.

Have you ever already done such a config?

Thank you very much


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Andras Balogh [] 
Envoyé : mardi, 9. décembre 2008 10:12
À : Struts Users Mailing List
Objet : Re: Handling probel.

Hi Marc,

    I might be wrong if I misunderstood your question, as I understood 
you can run fine your app
with Tomcat but not with Apache.
    You need to add a connector to Apache in order to forward all *.do 
requests to Tomcat, this can be done
in many ways but probably the best is mod_jk:

Best regards,

ps. If you refer to "Apache Tomcat" when you say "Apache" in your 
message, than ignore my answer

Cappelletti Marc wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone aver encountered this problem:
> My webApp is running on a Tomcat server. When I dispatch a request
> through a "" action, everything is well done. But when I type
> or I click on a link which points on a "" for example, Apache
> cannot handle this.
> Does anyone have an idea on how make Apache handling the *.do patterns
> in order to interpret them correctly?
> Thank you very much.
> Marc

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