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From kevin seguin <seg...@motive.com>
Subject Re: connector status in tomcat 4
Date Fri, 25 May 2001 15:43:05 GMT
which connector are you talking about?  the new warp/webapp stuff, or
the ajp connector(s)?  i don't know much about warp/webapp, but i do
know the ajp13 connector for tomcat 4 is a work in progress.  it's kind
of in a holding pattern right now, waiting for some other things to
happen.  hopefully, at least by the end of the summer, the ajp13 (maybe
even ajp14) connector for tomcat 4 will be in pretty good shape.

-kevin.

Erik Hellman wrote:
> 
> This summer I will be involved in a quite large project at our University
> aiming to create a web-based system for administrating and presenting
> course-information (and some other nifty features..). We will be using
> tomcat 4 for this and apache as the webserver. The final product will be
> released during the next semester (september-october).
> 
> My question is what the status is on the apache connector in tomcat 4. I've
> been testing Jakarta 4 in standalone mode and is very pleased with it, but
> we can't run it like that once we release the system for all our students..
> ;)
> 
> Is the state of the connector good enough to start using or does it still
> need alot of development? In that case I would be interrested in joining the
> development on that part of tomcat. Who should I contact in this case?
> 
> Another thing I was wondering; is if there is any date planned for the
> release of tomcat 4.0? I searched the archive, but didn't find anything
> mentioning that. You've probably seen this question hundreds of times, or
> I've missed something when searching.. :)
> 
> regards
> Erik Hellman

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