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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "FAQ/Connectors" by markt
Date Fri, 22 May 2009 15:12:20 GMT
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The following page has been changed by markt:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/FAQ/Connectors

The comment on the change is:
Don't recommend mod_jk2

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  [[Anchor(Q2)]]'''Which connector: mod_jserv, JK, JK2, mod_webapp or mod_proxy?'''
  
-  * Stay away from mod_webapp, aka warp. It is deprecated and unsupported due to lack of
developer interest and there are better options such as jk and jk2. It WILL NOT run on windows.
'''Do not use mod_webapp or warp.'''
+  * Stay away from mod_webapp, aka warp. It is deprecated and unsupported due to lack of
developer interest and there are better options such as jk and mod_proxy. It WILL NOT run
on windows. '''Do not use mod_webapp or warp.'''
   * mod_jserv is unsupported and will not be supported in Tomcat 5. mod_jserv was the original
connector which supported the ajp protocol. '''Do not use mod_jserv.'''
   * jk2 is a refactoring of mod_jk and uses the Apache Portable Runtime (apr). But due to
lack of developer interest, it is unsupported. The alternative is mod_jk or mod_proxy_ajp.
'''Do not use jk2.'''
   * '''mod_jk is great and should be used for production'''. It is still under active development
and also works for the apache 2.X series for cases where you do not want to use mod_proxy_ajp.

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