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From Pascal Forget <tomcat...@ubeans.com>
Subject Re: Which Apache-To-Tomcat Connector
Date Wed, 24 Apr 2002 18:05:05 GMT
>
>
>>With a little planning before you develop your
>>applications,
>>you can have Tomcat serve dynamic content on one IP address while Apache
>>serves static content on another IP address.
>>
>
>What connector...jk, jk2 or warp???
>What are the advantages of using warp over jk/jk2 (besides loadbalancing).  
>What are the advantages of using jk over jk2?
>

No connector at all.  Your dynamic pages would refer to the Apache web 
server that's listening
on another IP address.  For example, an "index.jsp" page served by the 
HTTP connector of
Tomcat would contain a reference to an image served by Apache by putting 
the fully qualified
hostname in the href:   <img 
src="http://my.apache.server/images/myimage.jpeg">

Pascal



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