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From Federico Fernandez Cruz <>
Subject Re: Apache Tomcat jk2... is it possible?
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2003 13:47:47 GMT
By "whole web application" I mean the entire application... well...

I have a context inside Tomcat called UserMan. I want to map an Apache 
URL to this application...

In my I put these lines...

info=Example webapp in the default context.

info=Extension mapping

But my JSPs redirect to /UserMan/nav/ and I get errors about resource 
not available...  then I have to put another lines

info=Extension mapping

I think that this method is  error prone so that was my question. How to 
map the whole web application?
Maybe I am doing something wrong.. (sure!)


Nikola Milutinovic wrote:

> Federico Fernandez Cruz wrote:
>> Hi all!
>> I am using tomcat 5 and I want to do some integration work with 
>> Apache and mod_jk2.
>> Is there a direct way to map a whole web application in apache? It 
>> works but I have to write a lot of  [uri:*****] commands in mi 
>> file.
> What do you mean by "whole web application"?
> That URI mapping IS mapping one whole web-app.
>> I am planning to do some work with Apache SSL. Will I be able to read 
>> all those SSL variables from Tomcat?
> You should be able to access client certificate via HttpRequest object.
> Nix.
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