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From Bernd Koecke>
Subject Re: tomcat4 apache mod_jk : problem in setup
Date Tue, 07 May 2002 09:40:18 GMT

this is a problem with the build.xml scripts. I had the same problem, too. Your 
apache seems to be compiled with -EAPI, e.g. for mod_ssl. I don't know if there 
is a compiled dso with EAPI enabled. I build the connectors on my own with cvs 
repository from jakarta-tomcat-connectors. You find infos in the doc directory 
of thsi package. When you want to use mod_jk form jk1 in directory jk/native, 
adding the line

<def name="EAPI" if="apache13.home"/>

in the platform specific tags of the apache13 target of file 
/jk/native/build.xml will build a which uses EAPI.

Bernd wrote:
> I am refering packages and text from
> and I did setup of tomcat4 and apache, I can see servlets using tomcat4's web
>  server but after putting mod_jk connector when I restart httpd ( i.e apache ) I get
>  following error.
> **********************
> [root@localhost conf]# /etc/init.d/httpd start
> Starting httpd: [Tue May  7 13:48:21 2002] [warn] Loaded DSO /usr/lib/apache/mod
> uses plain Apache 1.3 API, this module might crash under EAPI! (please re
> compile it with -DEAPI)
> [  OK  ]
> *********************
> and It's not working. 
> I have searched on the web for same errors and solutions, but could not get any.
> Please tell me if anyone has got tomcat4 working with mod_jk connector. If so please
give me details like
> - from where to download packages
> - where to find the steps to follow for this
> Or do I need to recompile to get it working?
> thanks
> Amol
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Dipl.-Inform. Bernd Koecke
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