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From Wilhelm Colln <wilh...@interaccess.com.pe>
Subject Re: [Q] Some questions about configuration, JServ vs. Tomcat
Date Tue, 22 Aug 2000 15:33:30 GMT
These are good tips.
Please help me to buil the "mod_jserv.so" for tomcat 3.1
I am using Unixware 7.11 and have both the souce and the binary version
of Tomcat 3.1. Thanks

Wilhelm


Sandor Spruit wrote:

> Rachel,
>
> Thanks for your rapid response !
>
> On Monday, August 21, 2000, 1:21:14 PM, you wrote:
>
> Rachel> Sandor Spruit wrote:
> >>
> >> Folks,
> >>
> >> I'm a bit confused. I've got Apache and Tomcat running allright, but I
> >> do not feel very confident about my understanding their configuration.
> >> So, before I start messing around with my own apps, servlets etc., I'd
> >> like some basic feedback: is my summary of the config stuff correct ?
>
> Rachel> As a general point, I think it's better to consider Tomcat to
> Rachel> be a *completely* different product to the old Apache JServ.
> Rachel> It's configuration system is very different indeed.
>
> Right. That's what I figured. All I was trying to do is to see where
> the various JServ configuration options can be found in Tomcat. Not
> the exact same options, but those with similar meaning.
>
> Rachel> (Also remember that the mod_jserv you want is different too:
> Rachel> The one from Apache JServ won't serve Tomcat.)
>
> You mean: I need a different DLL from the one that comes with JServ
> 1.1.2 ? The one found in the Tomcat win32 binary 3.1 release ?
>
> Rachel> You only need mod_jserv to run Tomcat with Apache. You don't
> Rachel> need it if you're going to run Tomcat standalone.
>
> Yep.
>
> Rachel> If you run it with Apache, you need to include
> Rachel> $TOMCAT_HOME/conf/tomcat.conf into your httpd.conf. Usually
> Rachel> you can leave tomcat.conf unchanged.
>
> That's what I did.
>
> Rachel> Then the main configuration file is
> Rachel> $TOMCAT_HOME/conf/server.xml. You should usually only need to
> Rachel> set up your web application context roots here (the
> Rachel> <Context...> tags). Then all other configuration is
> Rachel> done in the web application directory - either you can put it
> Rachel> in $TOMCAT_HOME/conf/webapps (in which case you don't even
>
> Shouldn't this be: $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps ?
>
> Rachel> need to change server.xml) or you can specify a root anywhere
> Rachel> else in server.xml. Inside your web application root, you can
> Rachel> (optionally) have a WEB-INF directory which contains further
> Rachel> configuration such as a web.xml file to set up mappings,
> Rachel> aliases etc. for that web application, any tag library
> Rachel> definitions and any classes and other libraries needed. Follow
> Rachel> the documentation for this.
>
> Yeah, sure :)
>
> Rachel> The Holy Grail of all this is that you should be able to wrap
> Rachel> up your entire web application into a .war file which you can
> Rachel> take and deploy straight into *any* J2EE-compliant web
> Rachel> application server without worrying about any external
> Rachel> dependencies.
>
> That I'd already concluded from the docs ...
> Thanks again, your message was a great help !
>
> Regards,
> Sandor
>
> --
> ir A.G.L. Spruit, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
> Institute of information and computing sciences
> "There is a bit of magic in everything, and then some
> loss to even things out" (from: Lou Reed, "Magic and Loss")


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