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From "James Williamson" <ja...@nameonthe.net>
Subject Re: Mod_jk v/s mod_webapp
Date Thu, 28 Mar 2002 13:07:27 GMT
> David Graff <phlat@mindspring.com> wrote:
>
> > Thanks for the pointer on that documentation.  I was wondering where the
> > Javadoc style comments were being used at.
>
> You welcome...
>
> > I still don't think the question was really answered though as to the
> > motivation of mod_webapp versus mod_jk/mod_jk2 development?  Are there
any
> > goals that have been made available to the public so that we understand
what
> > the spawned these two different integration modules?
>
> Motivation? I don't like mod_jk, I wanted to use APR as a portable runtime
> for an Apache 1.3 module, I believe that the WARP protocol with built-in
> support for auto-deployment and web-application configuration is the way
to
> go (rather than using mod_rewrite rules all the way around), and because I
> don't like Costin :) :) :) :)

Umm, I posted a bug about this, what about the now infamous 404 (Apache
started after
Tomcat issue) and the fact that the manager app doesn't work when you try to
create a
new application due to apache indexing the apps when it starts. The only
solution/workaround/kludge
being to restart Apache? The other thing being; because mod_webapp ignores
the rewrited filename preferring
to still look at the raw uri means things like mod_rewrite don't apply
(which for many people is
an absolute necessity). Check the user lists to witness the frustration.

 (BTW, all those "goals" passed over on this mailing list in the past
> 2/3 years, check the archives...)
>
>     Pier
>
>
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