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From Filip Hanik - Dev Lists <>
Subject Re: [mod_jk] Documentation
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 20:27:09 GMT
yes, mod_proxy is probably a better choice, since it is HTTP,
if you wanna use mod_jk the end point has to support the AJP protocol, I 
don't know that any other than jserv and tomcat are doing that right now.


David Rees wrote:
> On 6/15/06, <> wrote:
>> My problem is not a user problem, for the moment I don't want to use 
>> mod_jk, I
>> only want to modify it and thus understand the mod_jk code before. So 
>> I think
>> my question might be on the right list, but if I am again wrong I 
>> excuse myself
>> and I will send this message on the user mailing list.
> I see, I misunderstood your question, then. I thought you were looking
> to use mod_jk to load balance JOnAS (does it have a JK connector? I
> know nothing about it), perhaps mod_proxy would be better suited
> rather than modifying mod_jk to talk to JOnAS if it doesn't have a JK
> connector.
> -Dave
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