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From Benoit Jacquemont <benoit.jacquem...@smile.fr>
Subject RE: Asking for an Opionio on Apache & Tomcat or Just Apache
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2001 15:32:03 GMT
I think you have to change the DirectoryIndex directive in the httpd.conf
(add index.jsp as a directory index file):

DirectoryIndex index.html index.jsp

Benoit


> I have tomcat running within apache. This was recommended by
> the user guide for
> performance reasons. I'm wondering if running tomcat within
> apache has anything
> to do with why I can't serve index.jsp as a default file for
> my application
> directories. Do I have to anything on the apache end?
>
> Thanks.
>
>
>
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> "Sam Newman" <sam.newman@stamplets.com> on 04/17/2001 02:27:28 AM
>
> Please respond to tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>
> To:   tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> cc:    (bcc: Suha Yacoub/IL/ONE)
> Subject:  Re: Asking for an Opionio on Apache & Tomcat or Just Apache
>
>
>
>
> > >Please take a time to provide me with the following
> opinion. I spend some
> > >time configuring Tomcat and Apache. Because of deadline
> constaints and
> the
> > >fact that some allready developed code has been devloped using only
> Tomcat
> > >as standalone, the prototype team is focusing on just
> using Tomcat. Does
> > >anybody know if that approach is good? Personally I feel
> very reluctant
> in
> > >following that approach, but I have to convence by team
> leader why Tomcat
> by
> > >itself won't do the same work as Apache & Tomcat  together will.
> > >
> > >Any  opinions are wellcome
>
> Beyond the fact that Apache will give you a wealth of options for
> configuration, it serves static pages MUCH faster than
> tomcat. Once you get
> SSL working with Apache, its pretty transparent to tomcat for
> example - your
> servlets will use SSL without any extra work by yourself.
>
> sam
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