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From Mark Dzmura <...@digital-mission.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat 4.0b5/Apache/mod_webapps/JSP - NO GO!
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2001 18:59:33 GMT
Jeff:

Thanks for replying.  We had stumbled onto them and incorporated
their stuff into our attempt to get it working, to no avail.

We are running on a stock Redhat 7.1 kernel.  If you are running
anything else, perhaps there is an issue with the pthread lib?
Redhat 7.0 had lots of lib issues.

I forwarded your message to the guy who built mod_webapps,
and asked him to tell you how he built it.

Until then, if you think our mod_webapp.so might get you over a hump -
and you're on the same platform! - I'll email it to you just
to see if it works.

Regards,
Mark

> Hi,
> I don't know if you have came across this or not but in the tomcat directory
> src/connectors/doc there is a warp.html page, as well as an apache1.3.html
> that may help. So how did u get the mod_webapps.so library to work. Whenever,
> I build and try to run it I get a pthread_sigmask unresolved symbol error?
> I'd appreciate any help
>
> Jeff
> On Thursday 19 July 2001 05:41, you wrote:
> > Help!  I didn't get any response to my first query, and am running into
> > a solid wall, so I'll try again...
> >
> > Is ANYBODY successfully using Tomcat 4.0b5 with Apache and mod_webapps??
> > If so, can you send me your httpd.conf and server.xml (and anything else
> > that might be useful) ??  I'd be happy just to get the examples working
> > through Apache!!
> >
> > We can't get JSP's to work thorough a Warp connector to Apache.  They work
> > fine through port 8080 and Catalina's built-in web server, but not through
> > Apache.
> >
> > I can't find any online help for getting mod_webapps to work,
> > other than comments in the code.  The first sections of the Tomcat 4.x
> > documentation on Installation are BLANK.
> >
> > By hook or by crook, we have gotten Apache and Tomcat running with
> > mod_webapps and are able to serve static content through the Tomcat default
> > servlet, but JSP's DON'T WORK!!
> >
> > When a browser requests a JSP page, the java source is built and compiled
> > (the files built are identical to those built when the page is requested
> > through port 8080) - but Apache hands nothing back to the web browser -
> > Netscape displays a
> >
> >     "Document contains no data"
> >
> > dialog.
> >
> > Any help or ideas would be appreciated.  Apache and Tomcat log files show
> > no error messages or  unusual content.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
> >
> > --
> > Mark Dzmura
> > Digital Mission LLC

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Mark Dzmura
Digital Mission LLC




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