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Subject RE: Tomcat 4.0; Where is tomcat-apache.conf?
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2001 18:41:03 GMT
>From my experience, the integration of Tomcat 4.0 with Apache is much
easier. There is no tomcat-apache.conf or mod_jk.conf-auto to include.

In the server.xml in Tomcat 4.0 you specify a service with one or more
connectors to communicate with Apache (as 3.2 used the AJPV connectors, the
configuration is much easier though). The new method is to use
WarpConnectors. Then in httpd.conf you simple need to add a few lines to
specify the connector to use and portion of the URI to match to send
requests onto Tomcat (for example):

WebAppConnection warpConnection warp localhost:8008
WebAppDeploy examples warpConnection /examples/

In the new server.xml with 4.0 the above scenario is described and the
example is documented (see the Tomcat-Apache service in server.xml).

Incomplete documentation on the connectors can be found here: However
the server.xml with 4.0 was the best documentation I found.


-----Original Message-----
From: Victor Gregorio []
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2001 11:07 AM
To: Tomcat User List
Subject: Tomcat 4.0; Where is tomcat-apache.conf?

Hello gang,

The Tomcat 3.3 docs (*) have
extensive information regarding integrating Tomcat 3.3 with Apache.

I am having problems getting Tomcat 4.0 to work with Apache and cannot find
any documentation online.  Tomcat 4.0 does not produce the
tomcat-apache.conf file which Tomcat 3.3 creates for inclusion within
Apache's httpd.conf.

Any URLs would be appreciated.  Thanks,

--Victor Gregorio

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