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From "Joey Kovacs" <joeartzina...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache can not find tomcat
Date Sat, 29 Jun 2002 02:49:05 GMT
What is Iplanet, and Do we need this

am using Apache 2, and tomcat 4
with JDK
I have installed  ANT at work, and a couple other things.
Can someone send me some of their conf file for Apache.

every time I use a LoadModule in httpd.conf then Apache wont start.
HELP pls
what is everything I need for apache to work'
I am running windows 2000 server




>From: "Joey Kovacs" <joeartzinager@hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Subject: Apache can not find tomcat
>Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 02:36:15 +0000
>
>I am using Apache 2, and tomcat 4
>with JDK
>I have installed  ANT at work, and a couple other things.
>Can someone send me some of their conf file for Apache.
>
>every time I use a LoadModule in httpd.conf then Apache wont start.
>HELP pls
>
>what is everything I need for apache to work'
>I am running windows 2000 server
>
>
>>From: "Yousef Shemisa" <yshemisa@netunderdogs.com>
>>Reply-To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>>To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>>Subject: Re: IIS - jsp file download on port 80 - not resolved
>>Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 19:22:22 -0700
>>
>>Jeffrey,
>>
>>What have you configured in the MMC?. It looks like you don't have IIS
>>document root set right. Either a virtual directory named "home" should be
>>configured to point to http://128.200.156.162/home or IIS's doc root 
>>should
>>be set to http://128.200.156.162/home. Also you should replace the AJP 12
>>connector def  in server.xml because it is used for shutdown communication
>>with tomcat. You may however comment out the http standard connector
>>definition in server.xml since this is not used for communication with 
>>IIS,
>>but rather the AJP13 port is used for this communication between Tomcat 
>>and
>>its client IIS.
>>
>>HTH.
>>---
>>Yousef Shemisa
>>650-365-9704 ext 12
>>http://www.netunderdogs.com
>>Menlo Park, CA
>>
>>~Savin' the Web Doggie Style~
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>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Jeffrey Polaski" <jpolaski@rgs.uci.edu>
>>To: "'Tomcat Users List'" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
>>Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 1:37 PM
>>Subject: RE: IIS - jsp file download on port 80 - not resolved
>>
>>
>> > Sorry, I should have changed the title, too.
>> >
>> >    Jeff Polaski
>> >    "The cow is of the bovine ilk;
>> >     One end is moo, the other, milk."
>> >                -- Ogden Nash
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Turner, John [mailto:JTurner@AAS.com]
>> > Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 1:04 PM
>> > To: 'Tomcat Users List'
>> > Subject: RE: IIS - jsp file download on port 80 - resolved
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > Not to rain on your parade, but I don't think that's the permanent
>> > solution...as far as I know, only one service can bind to a
>>port...either
>> > IIS or tomcat, not both.
>> >
>> > A quick test.  With port=80 in your server.xml file, can you access 
>>.jsp
>> > pages and servlets on port 8080?  My guess is "no", yet with a properly
>> > configured HTTP server and tomcat server connector, that's exactly what
>>you
>> > will be able to do: get JSP pages and servlets on BOTH 80 and 8080
>>without
>> > changing configuration. If everything is working correctly, both of the
>> > following URLs should work:
>> >
>> > http://localhost:8080/examples
>> > http://localhost/examples
>> >
>> > I would say, right now, you are just getting all HTTP requests, JSP or
>>not,
>> > served through tomcat stand-alone.  I'm pretty surprised IIS hasn't
>>barked
>> > about something else trying to bind to port 80.
>> >
>> > John Turner
>> > jturner@NOSPAM.aas.com
>> >
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Jeffrey Polaski [mailto:jpolaski@rgs.uci.edu]
>> > Sent: Friday, June 28, 2002 3:53 PM
>> > To: 'Tomcat Users List'
>> > Subject: RE: IIS - jsp file download on port 80 - resolved
>> >
>> >
>> > Thanks for the help so far... I finally got it to work! Yea!
>> >
>> > [Background: I'm running NT sp6 with IIS , Tomcat 4.0.4
>> > After following the instructions at:
>> > http://www.getnet.net/~rbarr/TomcatOnIIS/ Tomcat worked fine on port
>>8080.
>> > When I'd try to access a .jsp file through IIS on port 80 I would get a
>> > "file download" dialog box, instead of being served up a piping hot 
>>.jsp
>> > file. The fix is as follows...]
>> >
>> > 1.) First I added the Application Mapping for .jsp files so IIS would
>> > recognize them:
>> > Application mapping for .jsp's to isapi_redirector.dll.
>> >
>> > IIS Management Console -> <computer name> -> properties -> master
>> > properties(for WWW Service) -> edit -> home Directory -> Configuration
>>->
>> > App Mappings -> Add
>> >
>> > Executable: D:\Tomcat4.0\native\isapi_redirector.dll
>> > Extension: .jsp
>> > I left the defaults as they were:
>> > "Script Engine" - Checked
>> > "Check that file Exists" - Unchecked
>> >
>> > It still didn't work, but I was getting closer! When I would connect to
>> > /home/jeff/fruit.jsp I would get a "page cannot be displayed" message.
>> > Tomcat was still working fine, though on port 8080 at
>>/home/jeff/fruit.jsp
>> >
>> > The final change was to switch Tomcat to run on port 80. I changed
>> > port="8080" to port="80" in the "non-SSL HTTP/1.1 Connector" in the
>> > server.xml file. It's at about line 54 in the default server.xml file.
>> >
>> > Changed to:
>> >     <Connector
>>className="org.apache.catalina.connector.http.HttpConnector"
>> >                port="80"
>> >                minProcessors="5"
>> >                maxProcessors="75"
>> >                enableLookups="true"
>> >                redirectPort="8443"
>> >                acceptCount="10"
>> >                debug="0"
>> >                connectionTimeout="60000"/>
>> >
>> > In case it's useful to anyone, I included my Tomcat configuration 
>>files.
>> >
>> > Again, thank you for you help!
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >    Jeff Polaski
>> >    "The cow is of the bovine ilk;
>> >     One end is moo, the other, milk."
>> >                -- Ogden Nash
>> >
>> >
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Prashanth Pushpagiri [mailto:prash_mail_lists@yahoo.com]
>> > Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 6:55 PM
>> > To: Tomcat Users List
>> > Subject: Re: IIS - jsp file download on port 80
>> >
>> >
>> > Try adding a application mapping in your IIS console.
>> > (IIS console --> Home Directory --> Configuration App
>> > Mapping), I'm using IIS 5.0 in win2k professional.
>> > In this console add the .jsp entension  and map it to
>> > isapi_redirect(or).dll where ever it is stored. That
>> > should work. Also, check to see if your web
>> > application has script and executable access.
>> >
>> > Prashanth
>> >
>> > --- Jeffrey Polaski <jpolaski@rgs.uci.edu> wrote:
>> > > First, thanks in advance for any help with this...
>> > >
>> > > I've gotten Tomcat 4.0.4 set up and everything works
>> > > well if I connect to
>> > > port 8080. I'd like to be able to serve servlets and
>> > > jsp's transparently to
>> > > users over port 80. However, if I connect through
>> > > port 80 and try to grab a
>> > > .jsp file all I get is a download prompt asking me
>> > > if I want to save the
>> > > file to my hard drive. (You can see for yourself:
>> > > http://128.200.156.162/home/jsp-files/fruit.jsp
>> > > <http://128.200.156.162/home/jsp-files/fruit.jsp> ).
>> > >
>> > > (you can also see that Tomcat works on port 8080:
>> > > http://128.200.156.162:8080/jsp-files/fruit.jsp
>> > > <http://128.200.156.162:8080/jsp-files/fruit.jsp> )
>> > >
>> > > I'm not sure what needs to be changed. Do I need to
>> > > add an application
>> > > mapping for .jsp's to the default web site in IIS?
>> > > If that's so, I'm not
>> > > sure what to map it _to_. Would it be
>> > > isapi_redirector.dll? I tried setting
>> > > Tomcat to run on port 80, but Tomcat just breaks. Is
>> > > the problem that I'm
>> > > using the warp connector? Should I be using
>> > > something else?
>> > >
>> > > I've put a copy of all the Tomcat configuration
>> > > files in:
>> > > http://128.200.156.162/home/jeff/tomcat/conf/
>> > > <http://128.200.156.162/home/jeff/tomcat/conf/> . As
>> > > far as I can tell,
>> > > everything is set up correctly... I took out ajp12
>> > > because it isn't used in
>> > > anything. Removing it didn't seem to affect
>> > > anything...
>> > >
>> > > I'll be happy to summarize and post the solution to
>> > > the group, once it's
>> > > worked out. And again, thanks for any help!
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >    Jeff Polaski
>> > >    Manager, Web Services
>> > >    Research & Graduate Studies
>> > >    University California, Irvine
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >
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