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From "Rodrigo Reis" <rodr...@convex.pt>
Subject RE: Probable FAQ entry: Is Tomcat4+mod_webapp+Apache-1.3.xx ready for prime time?
Date Fri, 28 Sep 2001 15:37:13 GMT
	Hello William,

	If your platform is Linux you can find a binary of mod_webapp in this URL:

http://www.apache.org/dist/jakarta/jakarta-tomcat-4.0/release/v4.0/bin/

	I'm using it and it seems OK.

	Best regards,

	Rodrigo Reis

> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Hovingh [mailto:whovingh@whis.net]
> Sent: sexta-feira, 28 de Setembro de 2001 16:19
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: Probable FAQ entry: Is Tomcat4+mod_webapp+Apache-1.3.xx ready
> for prime time?
> 
> 
> My sysadmin and I are in the process of building a new web/app server to 
> replace our existing installation.  It seems an opportune time to make 
> the move upward in API and app server (i.e., to move from Tomcat3.2 to 
> Catalina, hence moving to the recently released servlet and JSP specs).
> 
> However, my sysadmin had some difficulty building mod_webapp, and did 
> not find a lot of documentation of the build process out there.  She has 
> consequently asked me if I'm *sure* I want to use Catalina+mod_webapp 
> with our Apache, "Since," as she says, "it's so new."
> 
> So, is it ready?  I'm pretty confident from what I've read that Catalina 
> itself is stable, tested, and ready.  I'm a little unsure about 
> mod_webapp and the Warp connector.  Pier, Henri, others: how "ready" are 
> they?  Pier especially: is mod_webapp final, stable, or still beta?
> 
> (I *don't* mean these questions to sound critical of *anyone's* work 
> here.  I just need a little more data before I go back to my sysadmin 
> with a recommendation.)
> 

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