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From Dolores García-Izquierdo Jaén <dolo...@yahoo.es>
Subject RE: Calling a JSP from a virtual host
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 09:08:44 GMT
Hi,

Thank you guys for your answers.
Oscar, I followed the instructions in your HOWTO but it didn't work.
I'm not sure if I made myself clear yesterday explaining my problem. What I
want to do is to have, for each virtual host in Apache, its respective web
application in Tomcat so as I can isolate the JSP code for every Apache
domain inside its own Tomcat application.
Right now I can only access the JSP pages from one of the virtual hosts, the
first one, the default one. If I want to access from any other virtual host
(let's say from www.anyVirtualHost.com) I must use
http://www.defaultVirtualHost.com/anyTomcatApp/myJspPage.jsp instead of
http://www.anyVirtualHost.com/anyTomcatApp/myJspPage.jsp

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks again,
Dolores

-----Original Message-----
From: Oscar Carrillo [mailto:tomcat@daydream.stanford.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, 14 January, 2004 22:50
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Calling a JSP from a virtual host


Hi,

I believe you need to do the jkmounts in each <VirtualHost> config in
httpd.conf.

And, I think, you must not use the auto-generated mod_jk.conf.

It should work as explained in my HOWTO:
http://daydream.stanford.edu/tomcat/install_web_services.html

Eventhough, I reference Linux, Tomcat and Apache configuration should be
the same, I presume.

Oscar

On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Dolores García-Izquierdo Jaén wrote:

>  Hi everyone.
>
> I have the next configuration in my server:
> - Windows 2000 - sorry, no chance to use Linux :-(
> - Apache 2, with some virtual hosts
> - Tomcat 1.4, with some JSP webapps
> - mod_jk, to communicate Apache and Tomcat.
>
>
> I have the whole static code in Apache, and the JSP code in Tomcat.
> Everything works fine, but I think there is something that it's not going
as
> it should. I'll explain it:
>
> Let's say I have 3 virtual hosts in Apache: myvirtualhost1 (the primary
one,
> the "default" one), myvirtualhost2 and myvirtualhost3, and a copy of
> index.html and index.jsp pages is inside each of those applications.
> http://www.myvirtualhost1.com/index.html --> shows ok
> http://www.myvirtualhost2.com/index.html --> shows ok
> http://www.myvirtualhost3.com/index.html --> shows ok
>
> And I have 1 webapp defined in Tomcat, myWebapp:
> http://www.myvirtualhost1.com/myWebapp/index.jsp --> shows ok
>
> The problem comes here, as I can only call a JSP page through the
"default"
> website in Apache:
> http://www.myvirtualhost2.com/myWebapp/index.jsp or
> http://www.myvirtualhost3.com/myWebapp/index.jsp don't work (can't find
the
> page). The only thing that works is
> http://www.myvirtualhost1.com/myWebapp/index.jsp
>
> Is it possible to make this work? How can I call any JSP page in Tomcat
from
> any of my virtual hosts in Apache?
>
> I've looked for information all over the Internet and the archives of this
> mailing list, but I couldn't find any solution (found one but it's only
> valid for mod_jk2 - it didn't work for mod_jk)
>
> Thanks in advance
>
>
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