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From Jason Novotny <JDNovo...@lbl.gov>
Subject tomcat 3.2.3 confusion with mod_jk/ajpv13
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2001 17:21:05 GMT

    I want to use the latest stable release of Tomcat with support for
SSL and Apache, so I've downloaded 3.2.3. Reading the docs, I find that
mod_jk is intended to be an eventual replacement for mod_jserv and has
better support for SSL.

    However, I see no mention of Ajp13 in my server.xml file and reading
the mod_jk howto it claims I should add

<RequestInterceptor

className="org.apache.tomcat.modules.server.Ajp13Interceptor"
            port="8009"/>

to my server.xml. But when I startup Tomcat, it fails with a class not
found error. Looking deeper into webserver.jar I find 3 Ajp13 files:
org/apache/tomcat/service/connector/{Ajp13ConnectionHandler.java,
Ajp13ConnectorRequest.java, Ajp13ConnectorResponse.java}, but I have no
idea how to add the appropiate entry in server.xml. Am I to guess that
Ajp13 isn't ready for primetime with Tomcat 3.2.3 or is the mod_jk
document in desparate need of an update??

    Thanks, Jason

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