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From "Theodore A. Jencks" <>
Subject RE: apache not able to access jsp files
Date Mon, 02 Jul 2001 18:23:56 GMT
Check to make sure that you have assigned permissions to those directories
in apache such as.

<Directory TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/examples>
Allow from all


-----Original Message-----
From: Ramkumar Manoharan []
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 5:03 PM
Subject: apache not able to access jsp files


OS-red hat 7.0, apache 1.3, tomcat 3.2

I currently have Apache on port 80, Tomcat port 8080
with mod_jk adapter.  The servlets
and jsp examples work off of localhost:8080, but they
do not work off localhost:80.
I have the Tomcat User Guide, the Tomcat-Apache
HOWTO, and the Working with Mod-JK
Manual for reference.   I am using the auto generated and basically just
want Apache to serve the static content and Tomcat the
dynamic jsp and servlets.
Unless, I'm missing something the static html pages and
the .jsp pages should
be off of port 80 and then the jk adapter should
transfer the .jsp request to Tomcat
via port 8007 using the apj12 protocol.

But i get the following message:


You don't have permission to access /examples/jsp/index.html on this server.

I have 755 access to the examples folder and also to the super folder
webapps.Any reason why this problem?

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