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From JavaNet developer <j...@javanet.info>
Subject Re: Yes - Janet B
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2002 08:59:22 GMT
Hi,
Can you attach the directive used to load the module?

Eli

At 22.52 03/02/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi, Janet, thanks for your assistance, and I will try that 
>tomorrow.  RIght now I am trying to set up the Apache connection to Tomcat 
>4.0.1 and it bails on restart, not recognizing the LoadModule file in 
>libexec.  You know anything about that problem?  I am using Red Hat 7.2.
>
>At 10:25 PM 2/3/02 +0000, you wrote:
>>  --- Micael Padraig Og mac Grene
>><caraunltd@harbornet.com> wrote: > Clear question: No
>>answers????
>> >
>> > The subject, supra, asks the question.  If you have
>> > a number of URLs
>> > pointed to a single IP address, can you map the URLs
>> > somehow to discrete
>> > web applications in Tomcat 4.0?
>> >
>> > I have read everything I know to read and cannot get
>> > the answer to this.  I
>> > know I could do it with JBoss and Tomcat 3.2.4 and
>> > the context
>> > manager.  But, I don't see that in Tomcat 4.0.
>> > What's up?
>> >
>> > Sure is hard to get a response to this question.
>> > Have no idea
>> > what.  Please don't tell me the stuff that is simple
>> > and covered like how
>> > to set up directories, etc.  I know how to handle
>> > aliases, how to handle
>> > multiple IP addresses on the same machine, etc.  My
>> > question is
>> > specific.  How can I get, e.g. www.aaaaa.com and
>> > www.bbbbb.com when they
>> > are pointed to a given IP address, 209.43.251.66
>> > (for example), to map to
>> > webapps/aaaaa and webapps/bbbbb?  Or, is this not
>> > now possible?
>> >
>> > Some people have suggested that, since I don't know
>> > the answer to this, I
>> > need to essentially take the classes I teach for
>> > fun.  Lord.  If only they
>> > could answer the question instead of loading me with
>> > pompous self-righteous
>> > drivel.  I do thank those who have tried.  I don't
>> > know where to look at
>> > this point.  I may just write the classes to do it.
>> >
>> > Micael
>>
>>Hi Micael,
>>
>>It is possible to setup Apache with the Warp connector
>>to map different host names to different webapps.
>>
>>In my case I have a number of webapps available under
>>the ROOT context for an equal number of host names.
>>
>>    http://xx-xx.mydomain.net  ->  webapps/xx-xx
>>    http://yy-yy.mydomain.net  ->  webapps/yy-yy
>>    http://zz-zz.mydomain.net  ->  webapps/zz-zz
>>
>>(The setup you desire is a virtual host setup. I'll
>>restrict my advice to the Apache/Warp/TC setup but I
>>think you should reread
>>http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.0-doc/config/host.html
>>if you want to omit Apache from your setup.)
>>
>>Below are the relevant extracts from my httpd.conf and
>>server.xml files.
>>
>>httpd.conf
>>----------
>>
>>NameVirtualHost 194.164.98.233
>>
>><VirtualHost 194.164.98.233>
>>
>>     ServerName eng.dev.studylink.com
>>     ServerAdmin webmaster@studylink.com
>>
>>     WebAppConnection eng-cnx warp localhost:8008
>>     WebAppDeploy eng eng-cnx /
>>
>>     ErrorLog /var/opt/apache/logs/eng.error_log
>>     CustomLog /var/opt/apache/logs/eng.access_log
>>common
>>
>></VirtualHost>
>>
>>server.xml
>>----------
>>
>><Server
>>         port = "8005"
>>     shutdown = "SHUTDOWN"
>>        debug = "0">
>>
>>   <!-- Define an Apache-Connector Service -->
>>   <Service name="Tomcat-Apache">
>>
>>      <Connector
>>       className =
>>
>>"org.apache.catalina.connector.warp.WarpConnector"
>>               port = "8008"
>>      minProcessors = "5"
>>      maxProcessors = "75"
>>      enableLookups = "true"
>>        acceptCount = "10"
>>              debug = "1"/>
>>
>>     <Engine
>>      className=
>>      "org.apache.catalina.connector.warp.WarpEngine"
>>             name = "Apache"
>>            debug = "0"
>>          appBase = "webapps"
>>      defaultHost = "delta.tudylink.com">
>>
>>       <!--
>>            Global logger unless overridden
>>            at lower levels -->
>>       <Logger
>>        className=
>>        "org.apache.catalina.logger.FileLogger"
>>            prefix = "apache_log." suffix=".txt"
>>         timestamp = "true"/>
>>
>>       <Realm
>>        className =
>>        "org.apache.catalina.realm.MemoryRealm" />
>>
>>
>>       <DefaultContext></DefaultContext>
>>
>>     </Engine>
>>
>>   </Service>
>>
>></Server>
>>
>>
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