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From "Richard Tomkins" <tomki...@istop.com>
Subject Could do with some guidance/help
Date Thu, 10 Nov 2005 02:19:41 GMT
Platform: Windows 200 Pro, Service Pack 4
Pentium 4, HyperThreaded, 512MB memory.

Installed software,

Oracle 10g Release 2, Personal Edition.
Apache 1.3.33
J2SDK 1.4.2_10
Tomcat 4.1.31
Mod_jk-1.2.14-apache-1.3.33.so

I have set up Tomcat server.xml with the requisite listeners to have it do
auto configuration. I a using the ajp13 connector, and I have tried both of
the configurations for this inside server.xml, the ajp13 on port 8009 and
the coyote/ajp13 on port 8009.

The Tomact examples all work as well as the administration and management
tools.

My problem is that I have an application that I have to install on a number
of desktops for internal test purposes.

The application is written in jsp and works with an earlier version of
Apache and Tomact 3.x.mumble.

With the implementation I am working with, on the first page I get a message
that an "Internal Server Error" has occurred. If I right mouse click and
choose refresh, the expected page shows up on the browser.

If I do this via, HYPERLINK
"http://localhost:8080/testsoft/index.html"http://localhost:8080/testsoft/in
dex.html, the display works everytime, unlike my experience with HYPERLINK
"http://locahost/testsoft.html"http://locahost/testsoft.html which should
work. Many web pages after do work, and as I said previously, the Tomact
examples all work with both methods.

Something between Apache and Tomcat is causing me some pain.

If anyone has any ideas to throw my way, please do.


Regards, Richard Tomkins




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