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From "Erik Hellman" <Erik.Hell...@bth.se>
Subject RE: connector status in tomcat 4
Date Mon, 28 May 2001 13:33:47 GMT
Ok, so which one would you say should has highest priority?

Having a quick look at the CVS repository I see jakarta-tomcat-connectors,
which contains the jk-park, and in jakarta-tomcat I see the warp/webapp. Is
this right? Won't ajp13/jk be included in tc4? Is it going to be replaced by
warp/webapp?

// Erik

> -----Original Message-----
> From: kevin seguin [mailto:seguin@motive.com]
> Sent: Monday, May 28, 2001 3:05 PM
> To: tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Re: connector status in tomcat 4
>
>
> GOMEZ Henri wrote:
> >
> > >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..
> > >;)
> >
> > There is actually 2 connectors for Apache Tomcat 4.0 :
> >
> > - warp/webapp : Developped specifically for TC 4.0 have
> >   autoconfig stuff but lack load-balancing or IIS/NES support
> >
> > - ajp13/jk : Available since TC 3.2, works with TC 3.3 and
> >   now with 4.0 (thanks to Kevin). Miss the autoconfig stuff
> >   (will came in ajp14) but have load-balancing and IIS/NES
> >   support.
> >
>
> er...  the load-balancing doesn't work yet for tc 4 -- the java side of
> it hasn't been done yet.  it shouldn't be too hard to do though :)  i
> think it's just a matter of figuring out what to do with jvmRoute on the
> java side (set a cookie??).
>
> > Your contribution must match your need !)


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