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From "Chiming Huang" <chiming_hu...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: Tomcat for OpenVMS
Date Fri, 28 Apr 2000 07:23:53 GMT
I have to apologize that I caused you confused in my questions.  What I 
meant “Jserv” is the “mod_jserv” which is the adapter that comes with Jserv.

Thank you for your reply and you clear me out that I need have the Tomcat 
“mod_jserv” in order to make Tomcat work.  Thanks again.

Chiming



>From: Viehl Clemens <c.viehl@syborg.de>
>Reply-To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>To: "'tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org'" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>Subject: RE: Tomcat for OpenVMS
>Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2000 10:08:05 +0200
>
>Hi,
>
>i haven't seen any answers to your mail, so i'll give a shot.
>
> > 1.  Can the old Jserv work with Tomcat?  Or I need to update
> > the Jserv
> > adaptor in order to pass requests to Tomcat?
>To the first part of this question: Why should someone integrate JServ in
>Tomcat?
>JServ is a Servlet-Engine (Servlet API 2.0 compliant) which needs a
>webserver to work with.
>Tomcat is a Standalone Webserver with Servlet Engine (Servlet API 2.2
>compliant and JSP 1.1).
>You can integrate Tomcat into some Webservers, but why should someone want
>to integrate a Servlet-Engine into Tomcat?
>Second part:
>When you run Apache with Tomcat or JServ, there is an very important issue
>you should know.
>Both (Tomcat & JServ) have their own version of mod_jserv.
>Unfotunately the Module has the same Name for both, so this is a little bit
>confusing.
>But Tomcat won't talk to apache with the mod_jserv from Jserv and vice
>versa.
>
> > 2.  If the old Jserv can't work with Tomcat, why?  They all
> > talk ajp12, don't they?
>Well, i can't explain that good, i'm no apache guru :)
>They seems to use a slight different methode/protocol to talk with each
>other.
>
> > 3.  If I need to re-compile the Jserv myself on VMS, is there
> > a document that can help me to get into it?
>I don't know. Sure there is something. Search a bit, perhaps you are lucky.
>
> > 4.  In Tomcat, is the "context" the same as "zone" in Jserv?
>For more information about the server.xml you migth look at the server.dtd.
>
> > 5.  Please advise any approaches to make Tomcat work on OpenVMS.
>
>Good luck!
>
>Regards
>
>Clemens Viehl
>
>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > Is there a port of Tomcat for OpenVMS?
> > I've Apache 1.3.9 and Jserv 1.1 beta 3 for OpenVMS(v7.2-1)
> > installed.  And
> > I've downloaded the binary version of Tomcat 3.1.  Unzip it, setup
> > tomcat_home, jav_home and included the tomcat-apache.conf into the
> > httpd.conf as described in the user's guide.  The Jserv
> > module is still the
> > one "Jserv 1.1 beta 3".
> >
> > It works fine when I connect directly through HTTP to port
> > 8080.  I can run
> > all the test JSP. and Servlets but not through the Apache.
> >
> > Questions:
> >
> > 1.  Can the old Jserv work with Tomcat?  Or I need to update
> > the Jserv
> > adaptor in order to pass requests to Tomcat?
> >
> > 2.  If the old Jserv can't work with Tomcat, why?  They all
> > talk ajp12,
> > don't they?
> >
> > 3.  If I need to re-compile the Jserv myself on VMS, is there
> > a document
> > that can help me to get into it?
> >
> > 4.  In Tomcat, is the "context" the same as "zone" in Jserv?
> >
> > 5.  Please advise any approaches to make Tomcat work on OpenVMS.
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Chiming
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