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From Atreya Basu <atr...@greenfieldresearch.ca>
Subject RE: installing a servlet
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 13:18:56 GMT
There seems to be a great deal of discussion about JK2.  I know that JK2
is the outstanding issue for me in getting Tomcat running.   Maybe it
would be a good idea to share everyone's experiences about JK2, like
what works and what doesn't.  Then we could at least have something to
go on.  Maybe we could post our .properties files somewhere along with
the log and see if we can either reproduce the error or learn from it.



_____________________________________
Atreya Basu
Developer,
Greenfield Research Inc.
e-mail: atreya (at) greenfieldresearch (dot) ca

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Grant [mailto:tony@tgds.net] 
Sent: June 24, 2003 10:02 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: installing a servlet

On Tue, 2003-06-24 at 14:42, John Turner wrote:
> Donwgrading and using mod_webapp is the WORST thing you could do, for
all 
> sorts of reasons.  Security, for one.  Performance, for another.
Future 
> extensibility and growth, for another.

My question was: downgrade to mod_jk? (I have read that mod_webapp is
depreciated)

> Mod_jk and mod_jk2 work.  This is a fact.  

I believe you and they do even on my server! But only for JSP and I
can't see what _I_ am doing wrong. So John please, all the fault is
mine! I took the time to learn how to install Tomcat a few years back. I
moved up through the versions. I documented how I got it working and
published my HOWTO which got 3500 hits the day it appeared in Apache
week (so I guess I gave a little bit back to the comunity...).

What went wrong was moving up to Apache2 and Tomcat 4.1.24. I am at the
bottom of the learning curve again.

Should I drop mod_jk2 and try mod_jk? 

Cheers

Tony Grant
-- 
www.tgds.net Library management software toolkit, 
redhat linux on Sony Vaio C1XD, 
Dreamweaver MX with Tomcat and PostgreSQL


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