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From Mike La Budde <mike.labu...@irista.com>
Subject Re: How to configure Tomcat-Apache connection
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2000 18:35:23 GMT
Please read the mod_jk-howto.html file in your tomcat/doc directory.

NOTES:
1) You should be using Tomcat 3.2 (or, perhaps 4.0)
2) You should use mod_jk (and not the older mod_jserv)
3) Make sure you included the autogenerated mod_jk.conf-auto file into 
Apache's httpd.conf file.
4) Are you really using port 8080 on your Apache server??

good luck, post again if you're unable to get it working (and be more 
specific about your environment, OS vendor/version, tomcat version, jdk 
vendor/version, etc) ....

Mike


At 12/13/2000 07:10 PM +0100, you wrote:
>I have configured apache and tomcat so they communicate:
>apache - http://testlinux.softgroup.net.pl:8080/examples/jsp
>     - apache communicating with tomcat
>tomcat - http://testlinux.softgroup.net.pl:8085/examples/jsp/index.html
>     - tomcat own port
>- both are working - but if you will try to run any .jsp example through
>
>apache
>it won't run - tomcat runs .jsp ok
>
>Do someone know what to do so that apache support jsp?
>
>TIA
>Wojtek

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