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From ach...@saysit.com
Subject Re: for my mod_jk : WARP vs AJP13 ???
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2003 06:19:57 GMT
Yes in the end I typed the lot into httpd.conf rather than use
server.xml cause I couldn't get it to automagically auto-generate
mod_jk.conf correctly for me. Works fine using Glenn Nielsen's doco,
nothing like vi-ing around, brings tears to one's eyes. Now lets see
whether I can switch on MD5 authentication for some of the virtual
hosts. 
Oh yea, just in case anyone's stll interested in this thread, ajp
supports SSL and I think it has the facility to get info about
encryption and certificates. Don't know about WARP-ing betw Tomcat and
Apache.
Thanks again, John.


John Turner wrote:
> 
> Just the opposite: AJP is most definitely preferred over WARP.
> 
> Use WARP if you want, but it is currently not actively developed or
> supported, and there is no support for it at all planned for Tomcat 5.
> 
> Don't get caught up in the auto-generation.  Take it from me, please: if
> you have more than one virtual host, you will be better off making the
> changes to httpd.conf manually and ignoring the auto-configuration.
> 
> The auto-configuration is a convenience, not a requirement.  It isn't
> needed for a stable working environment, and once you understand that
> changes that are needed, you can make the changes yourself in httpd.conf
> faster anyway.
> 
> John
> 
> On Mon, 21 Jul 2003 18:40:08 +1000, <achana@saysit.com> wrote:
> 
> > Hi.
> > I'm struggling a bit trying to coax server.xml to auto-generate an
> > acceptable copy of mod_jk.conf for me after modifying my
> > workers.properties and adding some virtual hosts.
> > AS I understand it, WARP is the alternative connector-protocol which I
> > can use instead of AJP13. Are there any reasons to prefer WARP over AJP
> > ???
> > TIA :(
> >
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