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From "Brian Adams" <>
Subject RE: Serving HTML and J2EE apps
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2002 01:40:53 GMT
okay, how do you setup a Enterprise Stack hmmmm.....
What is the text capacity of outlook?
three big pieces to install/consider:
HTML serving (Apache)
Servlet and jsp pages (Tomcat)
J2EE Applications with EJB and more (JBOSS and others)

Apache web server, Port 80

Tomcat servlet engine (mod_jk or mod_webapp connects you to Apache or better
connects Apache to Tomcat)

Thanks Russ!

Jboss Application server that is known to have docs on howto connect Tomcat
with JBOSS

Java J2ee starter

Good luck!

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike DiChiappari []
Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2002 7:11 PM
Subject: Serving HTML and J2EE apps

How are people setting up servers to serve both HTML and J2EE apps?
I would like to setup my app so that both HTML and web apps (JSPs)
are accessed using a web server (like Apache) and using port 80 (for
both HTML and JSPs).  I would prefer to not make any reference to
port 8080 (or whatever port a J2EE server may use).  I would like my
users to be unaware of having to deal with ports.    Is this
considered a standard thing to do?  What are most people doing?


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