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From Eulogio Robles <eulogio.rob...@mi.cl>
Subject Re: Apache auth on JBoss 3.2.4
Date Fri, 02 Jul 2004 15:30:35 GMT
There is no "jk2.config" or "jk2.properties" file on any JBoss 
directory. Where should it be located?

(Apache does communicate with JBoss over port 8009 for all JSP requests 
and they are displayed correctly).

regards,

E. Robles

Nikola Milutinovic wrote:

> Eulogio Robles wrote:
>
>> I am migrating an application from Tomcat 4 to JBoss 4.2.4. It is 
>> being used from with Apache 2/JK2.
>> However it is failing because request.getRemoteUser() is returning 
>> null in some password protected pages. All the auth configuratoion 
>> (login and passwords) is based on Apache.
>>
>> The problem was solved in Tomcat4 by adding a line on 
>> $tomcat_home/conf/jk2.properties 
>> (request.tomcatAuthentication=false), but I have been unable to get 
>> the same result on JBoss.
>>
>> Please any hint?
>
>
>
> Is JBoss/Tomcat seeing your "jk2.config"? It might be in a different 
> place with JBoss' as a wrapper.
>
> Test it - add some garble to "jk2.config" and see if Tomcat complains.
>
> Nix.
>
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