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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: HTTP object creation when using connectors
Date Tue, 06 May 2003 04:40:29 GMT
The low-level details of the Ajp13 Protocol can be found at

The short answer is that the WS serializes the request to Tomcat, and
receives the serialized response.

"Trudi Ersvaer" <> wrote in message
> If you plug Tomcat into another web server (for example IIS), does the WS
> (after determining that the request is for a Tomcat servlet) give Tomcat
> HTTP request unchanged??
> Or does the WS make native (C/C++) objects out of the HTTP request then
> it to Tomcat via some JNI processing?
> Perhaps the HTTP request is left unchanged if it is an out of process
> connection to Tomcat whereas it gets processed using JNI if it is an in
> process set up?
> Any ideas on this?
> Thanks heaps.
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