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From meg <akei...@netscape.com>
Subject jboss-tomcat-apache
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
so...
tomcat 4 and apache 1.3 works fine.  jboss 2.4 with embedded tomcat 4 works fine too.  but
the three altogether is bang-head-on-wall matter for me.   either i lose EJBs or i lose Apache.
 

jboss folks say it's because jboss does not use tomcat's server.xml.  maybe in the future,
but not soon.

has anyone been able to do a workaround (with or without using embedded tomcat in jboss)?

i'm thinking of just running all three separately, writing intermediate classes (yet another
set of interfaces) that serve as EJB clients that can then be imported into JSPs and servlets.
 what would be the upside/downside of this?

this is probably a naive question (i don't really know what goes behind the scenes with this
trio) but how about a tomcat with embedded jboss?

lastly, thanks much for the online forum,
--meg
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