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From "Nikola Milutinovic" <>
Subject Re: mod_webapp
Date Mon, 08 Oct 2001 06:11:59 GMT
> I would like to add my own complaint about the complete lack of available 
> software and no decent documentation regarding the installation of 
> communication between Apache and Tomcat.

The docs are really lacking, but if you know C/C++ you can hack through... Of course, I haven't
tried Apache 2.0 and/or EAPI...

> There are many combinations that can occur (Apache 1.3.x/2.x and Tomcat 
> 3.2.3/3.3/4.0) and the forums are rife with repeated questions that are not 
> being answered.

Maybe they are busy fixing the reported bugs?

> We are expected to noodle over here to someone's homepage for some info:
> and mosey around the web hoping to find modules and install docs.

That's for "ajp13" connector, mod_webapp is for "warp". Anyway, you got it, right?

> Did the developers really think that they could get away with releasing 
> with no Apache EAPI interface except for a ridiculous message: 
> "Loaded DSO libexec/ uses plain Apache 1.3 API, this module 
> might crash under EAPI! (please recompile it with -DEAPI)"
> The forums are rife with -DEAPI compile problems being reported.
> Not to mention no Windows release of mod_webapp.dll.

These guys are doing it for free! So, unless you're willing to get your hands greasy and HELP,
be thankful for what you've got already. I believe it will be out soon, just give them some
time. They've done a great job already.

> To the Apache/Tomcat connection developers: stop wasting our time with 
> bloated promises of vapor software. Get your act together and come up with a 
> decent description over at Stop expecting us to 
> dig through the archives hoping for a nugget of useful information from one 
> of you condescending to look at the tomcat-user forum for a moment.

Relax man. At least we have a mod_webapp that works! Soon, it will work with EAPI. And Apache
2.0 (what's the problem, anyway?).

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