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From "Micky Mimo" <>
Subject RE: problem
Date Thu, 16 Nov 2000 23:52:34 GMT
I believe you need the following directory scructure. This is what the
README file says for the source in jakarta-tomcat

How to Build

First, you must have the jakarta-ant workspace checked out parallel
to this workspace (jakarta-tomcat). Without jakarta-ant, you won't
be able to build.  When you have completed your downloads and checkouts,
you should have the following directory structure:

                jakarta-ant/    <-- Contains jakarta-ant files
                jakarta-tomcat/ <-- Contains jakarta-tomcat files

If you get the adapter working, please send me a hint, since I am stuck.

| Micky Mimo                    |
| Systems Specialist            |
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-----Original Message-----
From: Wong, Connie []
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2000 6:29 PM
Subject: RE: problem

Hi Michael,

I am also working on the mod_jk. My question is, do you uncompress both
dowonload files (binary and source code)
 into some directory "jakarta-tomcat"?
Or they have to be uncompressed into different directory?


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Michael J. Suzio []
> Sent:	Thursday, November 16, 2000 2:58 PM
> To:
> Subject:	Re: problem
> You need to actually download the source package for Tomcat.  The
> binary package does have a src/ directory, but it doesn't have the
> native drivers code in it.  I just downloaded the binary version,
> installed that, then downloaded the source, compiled mod_jk (this was
> for Tomcat 3.2b7, but applies to you also), and loaded that into Apache.
> I know it's confusing, but it works.
> --
> Michael J. Suzio
> Lead Software Engineer -- ISS Southfield

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