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From "Pete Ehli" <petee...@teleport.com>
Subject Re: workers.properties etc.
Date Thu, 28 Dec 2000 17:38:54 GMT
If the docs are confusing I agree, but the example given in Working with
mod_jk for the worker.properties file is for Solaris and I sure the
directory structure is very similar in Linux. The examples provided in
tomcat is a great way to see where to place your servlets and JSP pages,
also how to set up your web.xml file and set your server.xml. The only
difference when using Apache is you want Apache to serve your static content
which should be easy.
----- Original Message -----

From: "Ralph Jensen" <rjensen@ms56.url.com.tw>
To: <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2000 1:53 AM
Subject: workers.properties etc.


> Is there any documentation concerning the settings in workers.properties?
> The defaults which come with it are apparently for Windows but I'm using
> Linux.
>
> In particular:
> worker.inprocess.jvm_lib is set to some jvm.dll. Should that be set to the
> java wrapper JAVA_HOME/jre/bin/java ?
>
> I'd also appreciate some more information concerning the interaction of
> server.xml, mod_jk.conf and worker.properties. I've read through 'Working
> with mod_jk', 'Tomcat workers.properties' and the minimalistic Tomcat
users
> guide but I'm still a bit confused where to put my servlets and how to
load
> them from HTML - especially the use of 'servlet' and 'servlets'.
>
> Ralph Jensen
>
>
>


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