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From "Mark O'Neil" <Mark.A.ON...@Dartmouth.EDU>
Subject JK vs. Standalone?
Date Tue, 28 Jan 2003 16:29:13 GMT
Hello,

I may be a bit confused, but here goes anyway:

My understanding is that JK 'binds' tomcat to apache so that instead of 
running a servlet or jsp via the Tomcat port "http://my-
host:8080/my-servlet" you can run it via apache directly "http://my-
host/my-servlet" - correct?

The question then is: what are the determining factors for implementing 
JK in a production system? Specifically why would I and to what benefit? 
I have a feeling it has to do with combining the otherwise different 
document roots and file management(?).

Insights please.

regards,
-m


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