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From "ALEXANDROS KOTSIRAS" <ALEXANDRO...@prodigy.net>
Subject Re: Have I to start jerv ?
Date Fri, 11 Aug 2000 05:16:18 GMT
Apache does not start Tomcat aytomatically like it can with JServ.
Make sure that Apache is running and also make sure that you start Tomcat
manually by executing the startup.bat (Windows) (You can just double-click
it) . You will see a DOS console opening.
That means that both Apache and Tomcat are running.

I don't think that Apache serves .jsp files but this is Tomcat's job.

----- Original Message -----
From: Flambard Jean Michel <jmflamba@club-internet.fr>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2000 5:27 PM
Subject: Have I to start jerv ?


> Hi all,
>
> In case tomcat with apache configuration, does tomcat start jserv
> automatically ?
> In tomcat-apache.conf file, there is the line: ApJServManual on
> so, have I to start jserv myself ?
> My probleme is follows:
>
> When I do http://localhost/examples/jsp/a_file.jsp
> that works.
>
> When I do http://localhost/examples/servlet/a_servlet
> that don't work.
>
> My tomcat is running with apache, and apache serves the statics files
> (html and .jsp)
> and tomcat serves the dynamics files as the servlets. (as describe in
> the tomcat doc)
> I ask myself whether the link between apache and tomcat exists ?
>
> Please help me, I waste too much time with that. However I have read the
> servlets
> specifications 2.2 and the doc.
>
> My configuration:
> Linux redhat 6.0
> apache 1.3
> tomcat 3.1
>
> Thanks a lot
> --
> "Il n'y a pas d'etrangers, seulement des amis qu'on n'a pas rencontres."
> (Proverbe irlandais).
>
> Jean Michel Flambard
> jmflamba@club-internet.fr
> http://www.multimania.com/jmflambard
>


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