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From "Anthony Geoghegan" <>
Subject Re: migration questions
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 10:59:23 GMT
Yes but it's normally something like:
so that Apache can forward the request with anything like to Tomcat.

Best Regards,
Anthony Geoghegan.
J2EE Developer
CPS Ireland Ltd.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Chamberlain" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 11:45 AM
Subject: migration questions

> Hello Everyone,
> A quick warning that I'm a complete Tomcat newbie..
> We're currently using resin because when we originally evaluated Tomcat
> was a nightmare in reloading classes, I'm hoping things have improved.
> I'm currently suffering problems because I'm using resin with apache
> and trying to map a url and username to a particular webapp i.e.
>, this doesn't really work with mod_caucho. For
> example I have to have all my servlets mapped to .jsp extensions
> otherwise mod_caucho doesn't forward the request to resin.
> So my first question is I'm hoping my situation will improve with
> tomcat (i.e the integration of apache and tomcat) has anybody done this
> username mapping before?
> I've download 4.1.9 and I'm very impressed with the new administration
> and management pages.
> I'm trying to add a host tag (using the management tool) for a
> virtualhost and it's not working. The host is already working correctly
> in resin (it's a set of simple jsp pages) so I just wanted to map
> tomcat to it to see if I could get it to work.
> Firstly I created the host ( with all the
> defaults. For the application base I put /home/richardc/. The setup is
> /home/richardc is my home directory, /home/richardc/public_html is my
> site, and so there is a /home/richardc/public_html/WEB-INF/
> Then I added a context with all the defaults except Document Base which
> I set to /home/richardc/public_html/.
> Now when I browse instead of getting the
> tomcat default pages I get a requested resource not found. If I try
> I get a tomcat 404 error.
> Apologies for the long message and thanks for any help anyone can
> offer,
> Richard
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