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From "Martinelli Paolo A." <Paolo.Martine...@iriscube.com>
Subject RE: jk2.properties
Date Sun, 06 Jun 2004 08:49:09 GMT
Nice try, but unfortunately does not work... ;o)

What I want to do is to use the mx4j features implemented in Tomcat to collect statistical
information and I need to move the jk2.properties file for a security issue.

By the way this is not my only problem, for example: the mx4j functionality embedded in Tomcat
will start up an internal rmiregistry service at port 1099 (that seems not to be configurable).
 This also means that the server running Tomcat cannot have a separate rmiregistry server
running on port 1099.

I spent some time looking on the web for information on this topic, but I got the impression
that the not so many people are interested in it or, may be, that this technology is still
too young.

Any suggestion is wellcome.

Bye,

Paolo Martinelli
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-----Original Message-----
From: news on behalf of Bill Barker
Sent: Sun 6/6/2004 07:56
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Re: jk2.properties
 
I've never tried it, but you should be able to set
jkHome="/path/to/new/home" on the Connector element to have Tomcat look for
/path/to/new/home/conf/jk2.properties.

Of course, Tomcat will also use this as the base for any other relative file
references (e.g. the unix-socket file).

"Martinelli Paolo A." <Paolo.Martinelli@iriscube.com> wrote in message
news:D4E58282B9565144BF9DDACD841BD987672802@SEXCICMI01.corporate.local...
Hi all,

I need to move the jk2.properties file from the "standard" location, does
anyone knows how to do it???

Thanks,

Paolo Martinelli
IrisCube Reply S.p.A.




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