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From "Yansheng Lin" <yansheng....@silvacom.com>
Subject RE: tomcat and apache
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 21:02:38 GMT
Hi, you might get more answers if you ask this question on httpd mail list.
This is not a tomcat problem, rather it's the proxy configuration in httpd
that's giving you grief.  You might want to take a look on how you define you
<Directory> and <Location> directives.  Without looking at your directives, it's
hard to say where the problem could be...


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Tebong [mailto:mtebong@hupk.com] 
Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 7:50 AM
To: Tomcat Users List (E-mail)
Subject: tomcat and apache


I have a little problem with my web site. It has to do with the session
disconnecting on my proxy server.
Basically, I have an apache 2.0 server that acts as a web proxy. Its IP is
192.168.11.11. I also have another server which is internal, and running tomcat
with IP 192.168.11.211. On the proxy server, I have it configured so that when a
request for a URL (say www.mydom1.com) comes in, the proxy sends it to
192.168.11.211/mydom1. 
www.mydom1.com maintains a session. When I access the pages of the site that use
the session thru www.mydom1.com, I get an exception. When I access it through
192.168.11.211/mydom1, it works fine. I am accessing it from IP 192.168.11.40.
But from outsite, the only way to access it is through the domain name, and it
gives the same error. 
Similarly, The web site has large graphics, and what happens is that half the
graphics is displayed when you try to access through the proxy, but when you
access it directly, everything is fine. 
This happens the same way from different computers.
I looked at the tomcat logs and I saw that the session was disconnecting when
you used the proxy. 
I have looked everywhere on the web, and I can't find any solutions. 
PLEASE HELP.

Thanks


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