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From graghupa...@aegonuk.co.uk
Subject RE: Cocoon and mod_jk
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2003 15:40:21 GMT
are yousure that apache redirects you to 
http://apache.foo.com:8080/webapp/content/web/index.html ???
or http://apache.foo.com/webapp/content/web/index.html ??? ( 8080 is there
????? ) 

Let me know the result 

Regards
guru

-----Original Message-----
From: Krzysztof Janiszewski [mailto:tomcat@fr.pl]
Sent: 10 April 2003 16:07
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Cocoon and mod_jk


Hi!

Does somebody know why mod_jk doesn't work with cocoon?
When I access my webpage through Tomcat-httpd with request:

http://tomcat.foo.com:8080/webapp/ I'm redirected by cocoon
http://tomcat.foo.com:8080/webapp/content/web/index.html and I can see
generated page, but when I try to do the same via apache+mod_jk:

http://apache.foo.com/webapp/ I'm redirected to
http://apache.foo.com:8080/webapp/content/web/index.html but get 404
error.

Apache.foo.com is connected to tomcat.foo.com via mod_jk and i have
application mounted with

JkMount /* ajp13

Best regards
Krzysztof




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