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From "Mike Bremford" <mi...@paperx.com>
Subject RE: Virtual Hosting w/ Apache + Tomcat + mod_jk
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2000 10:21:21 GMT
Virtual Hosting w/ Apache + Tomcat + mod_jkYou don't say whether you're
using Tomcat 3.1 or 3.2. Virtual Hosting support improved greatly in 3.2,
and if you get the latest version (3.2b6) from
http://jakarta.apache.org/builds/tomcat/release/v3.2-beta-6/tomcat_32_beta6/
bin/ you should get the updated documentation too, which has more info on
setting up virtual hosts.

Cheers... Mike
  -----Original Message-----
  From: Ryan Littrell [mailto:ryan.littrell@v-1.com]
  Sent: 10 October 2000 18:59
  To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
  Subject: Virtual Hosting w/ Apache + Tomcat + mod_jk


  I have having difficulties setting up Virtual Hosts with Apache, Tomcat,
and mod_jk.  Below is my configuration thus far.



  Apache

  The domains are:
  www.domain1.com
  www.domain2.com
  www.domain3.com




  Each domain has a virtual host like:
  <VirtualHost www.domain1.com>
          DocumentRoot <path-to-tomcat>/webapps/domain1
          JkMount /domain1/*.jsp ajp12
          ...
  </VirtualHost>





  Tomcat

  Each context is in the dir:
  <path-to-tomcat>/webapps/domain1
  <path-to-tomcat>/webapps/domain2
  <path-to-tomcat>/webapps/domain3






  My problem is that when I access a jsp file at url
http://www.domain1.com/index.jsp it shows it as static HTML.

  This does work however, if I access the URL
http://www.domain1.com/domain1/index.jsp.



  Basically, it would make things easier if I could map an apache url
request to a tomcat context below and put this in each virtual host entry:

  JkMount /*.jsp /domain1 ajp12



  I know I can not do this so does anyone have any ideas on how I can
accomplish this with mod_jk or mod_jserv without using mod_rewrite.



  Thanks in advance,

  Ryan


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