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From "Craig O'Brien" <cr...@dynamic-apps.com>
Subject RE: Apache and Tomcat integration
Date Tue, 01 May 2001 11:43:24 GMT
You really need to build your own mod_jk for it to work.  It will be
different with nearly every system configuration.  I use Mandrake 7.2 as
well and the binary from Jakarta-Apache does not work with this system.

Our friend Adam Fowler has built one for Mandrake 7.2 which works and you
can get it at http://willow.cc.edu/docs/adminguide

Regards,
Craig

-----Original Message-----
From: Tarwinder Dhak [mailto:tarwinder.dhak@net800.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, May 01, 2001 3:40 AM
To: 'Tomcat'
Subject: Apache and Tomcat integration


Hi all,

I'm trying to get apache and Tomcat 3.2.1 to talk to each other using
mod_jk.so (downloaded from the internet, not compiled) with the ajp13
protocol (on Mandrake 7.2).  I've got Tomcat running as a stand alone web
server executing servlets and jsp files.  I've also got Apache loading the
mod_jk.so module while using mod_jk.conf-auto file generated by tomcat.

The problem I've got is that apache doesn't seem to be relaying any servlet
or jsp requests to tomcat on port 8009.  Instead it just tries to serve the
pages as normal (I've been using the examples supplied by tomcat).

I think tomcat is definitely listening on port 8009 because if I telnet or
http request that port it does actually connect (using the netstat -l
command).

This is starting to drive me around the twist!!
Any help would be gratefully appreciated.

Regards

Tarwinder Dhak
tarwinder.dhak@net800.co.uk

Transact Group
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