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From "Thomas, Kevin" <>
Subject RE: Apache issue
Date Tue, 17 Jun 2003 07:56:04 GMT

I'm fairly new to this, but I discovered (through talking to guys here and
just tinkering) that the file actually appears in a directory called auto
under conf (so... conf/auto). The file is also called mod_jk.conf.

I actually had to create the /auto directory myself as there wasn't one
there post-install.


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-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: 16 June 2003 23:58
Subject: Apache issue

tomcat 4.1.24
redhat 7.3
apache 1.3.20 
jdk j2sdk1.4.1_02
I have poured through the web and just can't find what
is the deal here.

I am linking tomcat to apache (or trying to!) using
the mod_jk, so that is all installed.

All the docs said that the running of tomcat should
produce a file in conf called mod_jk.conf-auto

it does not work. (I have tomcat starting in
standalone mode does that matter?)

I did find one doc which said you need to insert a
line in the server.xml file - <ApacheConfig />
it says where to put it but the example it gave, is
not in there! so where do I need to put this line?

my server file is very long, so unless you guys need
it I will not include it yet.

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