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From Lajos <lm...@galatea.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat and Apache+SSL integration issues
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2003 16:26:12 GMT
Maris -

I have done this on several occasions with mod_jk without any problem. I 
can't compare it to mod_proxy, since I rarely use it, but I suggest you 
try mod_jk.

Regards,

Lajos


Māris Orbidāns wrote:
> hello all
> 
> We have finished a large project which was based on Tomcat and Struts farmework. 
> Now our client wants to use SSL.
> 
> Our architecture is as follows:
> 
> Client    <-ssl content->    Apache (MOD_SLL)  <-unencrypted content->  
Tomcat 
> 
> 
> We use Tomcat 4.1.18 (have tried also 4.0) and Apache HTTP server 1.3.27. SSL support
is installed in Apache, and it uses mod_proxy (NOT mod_jk) to talk to Tomcat.  
> 
> It doesnt work very well , if I go to https:// and login succesfully, IE shows a warning
message "you are gonna be redirected to a non-secure connection" and it goes back to http://
> 
> I have tried Tomcat+SSL without Apache HTTP server  and all worked perfectly.
> 
> Also I am not sure that mod_proxy (with ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse in httpd.conf
file)
> is enough,  or should we use mod_jk ?
> 
> Does anybody have some ideas how to solve it ?
> 
> thanx
> Maris Orbidans
> app. architect
> 
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