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From "Robert Riley" <>
Subject Re: Jk2 application questions
Date Wed, 15 Jan 2003 21:34:25 GMT
I would first turn off the stand alone service so you don't muddy up your debug of your apache-TC

Can you post your so we can see if you have the correct [uri] mappings?
Might as well post your server.xml and also.

>>> 01/15/03 11:17AM >>>
Randy -

Without seeing the pertinent snippets from httpd.conf and server.xml, I 
can only guess. One thing is that the auto-generated mod_jk.conf will 
not work if you define your own <VirtualHost> blocks in httpd.conf. You 
probably need to manually put all the Jk directives in httpd.conf, 
taking care to put the right JkMount directives inside the appropriate 
<VirtualHost> block(s). You may also want to change the name of your 
<Host> tag in server.xml to match the expected virtual host..



Kemp Randy-W18971 wrote:
> OK.  I have the 2x and 4x versions of Apache and Tomcat, along with the
> mod_jk2 connector, set up on Solaris and Windows 2000.  Here is what I am
> having problems with.
> 1.  Context path.  If I set up an application context path for pdlens in
> Tomcat, I can go http://localhost:8080/examples and
> http:/localhost:8080/pdlens.  Now I can also get http://localhost/examples 
> but not http://localhost/pdlens.  What could be missing?
> 2. Virtual hosts.  If I have a virtual host called, I can get
> from Apache, but not talking to Tomcat.
> What could be missing here?
> In both cases, it can't find the desired websites.
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