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From Martin Shears <mshe...@staff.chariot.net.au>
Subject Re: New Apache 2.0 / Tomcat 4.0.3 Windows Setup Guide
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2002 04:50:46 GMT
Looking forward to the linux version! I need to set them up on RedHat 7.2/7.3

Setting up Apache 2.0/Tomcat 4.0.3 has been one of those low priority tasks I 
have at work for a new project.  I guess the interesting part for me has been 
mod_jk, mod_jk2, mod_webapp etc ie joining to Tomcat.   Getting the right 
versions, compiling the source .. documenting it for the next person.

Do mod_jk and mod_webapp serve the same purpose?

Someone asked my why do I need Apache, why not use Tomcat alone.  I am 
familiar with the security and configuration of Apache, need to use SSL, 
mixed context of html, perl, servlets and jsp.  That is as good as my answer 
gets.  I wonder if anyone would suggest Tomcat standalone who has been there 
done that.

They sure did not teach this stuff at university :)

Cheers

Martin

On Tue, 4 Jun 2002 13:49, you wrote:
 I've just published my updated setup guide for Apache 2.0 and Tomcat
 4.0.3 on Windows. Interested parties may find it here:

 http://sitepoint.com/article.php/305

 It covers everything from obtaining and installing a working version of
 mod_jk to setting up Tomcat as a Windows service without using any 3rd
 party software.

 I also plan to publish a Linux version of this setup guide within a
 week.

 Feedback is welcome!

 -Kevin Yank
  Technical Content Director, SitePoint.com

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