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From "Yoav" <>
Subject Re: Mission Impossible: Tomcat + Apache ???
Date Tue, 24 Apr 2001 11:51:08 GMT
Yes, I've read the apache-tomcat howto, and followed it's instructions step by step.


When I've put (as a test...) snoop.jsp in the c:\apache\htdocs directory - it couldn't find
Only once I've put it in the c:\jakarta-tomcat\webapps\ROOT it was found and compiled.
So, I figured out that by default they (Apache vs. Tomcat ) have different "DocumentRoot"
That's my question.

I've also tried to point in the mod_jk.conf and server.xml the "/" dir of the tomcat to use
c:\apache\htdocs - but still no luck...

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Sam Newman 
  Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 10:59 AM
  Subject: Re: Mission Impossible: Tomcat + Apache ???

  Have you read the Apache-Tomcat howto in the docs (comes with tomcat)? If so, can you give
us more specific info on your problems?

    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: Yoav 
    Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 10:58 AM
    Subject: Mission Impossible: Tomcat + Apache ???

    Hiya all,

    We're trying to migrate from running JSP's and servlets under JWS2.0 to Apache+Tomcat.

    It seems like the simplest and most basic configuration, yet I could find nowhere a way
to make this work!!

    The same way JWS works, (and Apache-Jserv+GnuJsp) also:

    1) Apache serves all static content.
    2) Tomcat serves servlets/JSP's (through apj12)
    3) They both share the same directory structure. (C:\apache\htdocs) and *.jsp files can
be anywhere in that directory tree - not *ONLY* in the /examples dir or /jsp dir (!!!!!@!@#???)

    Did someone actually made this work? 
    how, exactly ?

    H E L P !!

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