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From "Mr.Y.SHIVAKANT" <karna...@eth.net>
Subject Re: 2nd Post: Servlets and mod_jk problem
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2001 04:59:40 GMT

-----Original Message-----
From: Milt Epstein <mepstein@uiuc.edu>
To: 'tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org' <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Date: Monday, April 02, 2001 9:06 AM
Subject: RE: 2nd Post: Servlets and mod_jk problem


>On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Kyle Tippetts wrote:
>
>> Milt,
>>
>> I made the changes that Jeff did and I can now get to the /test
>> servlets, but whenever I add my own context and try it (I even
>> simulated one of the examples in the /test directory, I still get a
>> 404 not found from tomcat.  Here's what I have in my simulation
>> (note that the context does in fact get added when tomcat
>> starts....)
>
>We may be going around in circles here, but:
>
>What was the URL you tried?  mydomain.com/tst/foo/bar/myServlet?  And
>what is the full text of the tomcat log 404 error message?
>
>Also, I note you have "Web-inf" in the full path of your
>servlet/classes directory below -- is that really what it is, or are
>you just being lazy typing "WEB-INF" (because I believe it's supposed
>to be ALL CAPS)?
>
>Not sure what else to suggest at this point.  Must be some little
>thing we're missing.
>
>
>> * mod_jk.conf
>> Alias /tst "/opt/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1/webapps/tst"
>> JkMount /tst/* ajp13
>> JkMount /tst/servlet/* ajp13
>>
>> * web.xml
>> <webapp>
>>         <servlet>
>>          <servlet-name>
>>             test
>>          </servlet-name>
>>          <servlet-class>
>>              com.tst.TestServlet
>>          </servlet-class>
>>         </servlet>
>>
>>   <servlet-mapping>
>>           <servlet-name>
>>              test
>>           </servlet-name>
>>           <url-pattern>
>>              /foo/bar/*
>>           </url-pattern>
>>         </servlet-mapping>
>>        </webapp>
>>
>> * TestServlet.class sits at
>> /opt/jakarta-tomcat-3.2.1/webapps/tst/Web-inf/classes/com/tst
>>
>> Thanks
>> --Kyle
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Milt Epstein [mailto:mepstein@uiuc.edu]
>> Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 3:48 PM
>> To: 'tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org'
>> Subject: RE: 2nd Post: Servlets and mod_jk problem
>>
>>
>> On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Kyle Tippetts wrote:
>>
>> > Yes, tried this:
>> > mydomain.com/test/foo/bar/myServlet
>> > and it still didn't work. Now, if I do
>> > mydomain.com/test/servlet/requestMap.Servlet1, I can access it
>> > (obviously), but again, it really appears that servlet mappings
>> > aren't working....
>>
>> Now again, when this doesn't work, is it an apache thing or a tomcat
>> thing?  What I'm trying to get at is, is apache forwarding the request
>> to tomcat.  That will help isolate where the problem is at.  In
>> particular, if it's an apache thing, it means the request isn't even
>> getting to tomcat, so it probably has to do with the relevant Mount
>> (ApJServMount, ApJkMount) directives in the tomcat/apache conf file
>> (or, more accurately, the lack of such).  This is a problem I ran into
>> when I was setting up some stuff.
>>
>> Did you see Jeff Kilbride's recent post?  Apparently he was able to
>> get it to work by adding an appropriate ApJkMount directive.
>>
>> This does seem to be one of the less clear/less well-documented
>> aspects of setting tomcat up.
>>
>>
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Milt Epstein [mailto:mepstein@uiuc.edu]
>> > Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 2:43 PM
>> > To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>> > Subject: Re: 2nd Post: Servlets and mod_jk problem
>> >
>> >
>> > On Fri, 30 Mar 2001, Jeff Kilbride wrote:
>> >
>> > [ ... ]
>> > > Here's the servlet-mapping from web.xml file that comes with the
>> > > distribution:
>> > > <servlet>
>> > >     <servlet-name>
>> > >         servlet1
>> > >     </servlet-name>
>> > >     <servlet-class>
>> > >         requestMap.Servlet1
>> > >     </servlet-class>
>> > > </servlet>
>> > >
>> > > <servlet-mapping>
>> > >     <servlet-name>
>> > >         servlet1
>> > >     </servlet-name>
>> > >     <url-pattern>
>> > >         /foo/bar/*
>> > >     </url-pattern>
>> > > </servlet-mapping>
>> > >
>> > > Here's a snippet from my tomcat.log when I try to pull up
>> > > mydomain.com/test/servlet/foo/bar/myServlet:
>> > > 985983892264 - Ctx( /test ): 404 R( /test + /servlet/foo +
>> /bar/myServlet)
>> > > null
>> >
>> > Did you try the URL:
>> >
>> > mydomain.com/test/foo/bar/myServlet
>> >
>> > i.e. without the "/servlet"?  My impression is that the url-pattern's
>> > in servlet-mapping's are meant to follow the context part of the URL,
>> > and that you don't need to include "/servlet" (although you do need to
>> > include it if you are just using the servlet-name or the fully
>> > qualified servlet-class).  That is, part of the point of using
>> > servlet-mapping's is so you don't need to have the "/servlet" in the
>> > URL.  This might explain some of your apparent anomalies when using
>> > "test" (you had it both as the servlet-name and the url-pattern in a
>> > servlet-mapping, IIRC).
>> >
>> >
>> > > This mapping is supposed to map everything under /servlet/foo/bar/ to
>> > > servlet1 -- but as you can see, Tomcat is saying /servlet/foo, with
>> extra
>> > > path info /bar/myServlet, doesn't exist. When I pull up
>> > > mydomain.com/test/servlet/requestMap.Servlet1 or
>> > > mydomain.com/test/servlet/servlet1, everything works as it should.
So,
>> > > Tomcat is not paying attention to the servlet-mapping entry.
>> > >
>> > > I think this is a problem, unless somebody has an explanation. I'm
out
>> of
>> > > ideas.
>> > [ ... ]
>>
>> Milt Epstein
>> Research Programmer
>> Software/Systems Development Group
>> Computing and Communications Services Office (CCSO)
>> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
>> mepstein@uiuc.edu
>>
>
>Milt Epstein
>Research Programmer
>Software/Systems Development Group
>Computing and Communications Services Office (CCSO)
>University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
>mepstein@uiuc.edu
>
do you have any idea what i should do when i get the error port argument is
null not an integer in which file is this error comming from.Any ideas
thanks in advance


YOURS SINCERELY
SHIVAKANTH


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