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From "Marc Farrow" <>
Subject Re: Connection between Tomcat and JSP
Date Wed, 03 May 2006 11:10:05 GMT
Since you have Tomcat running as a service, then you should be able to
access Tomcat via http://localhost:8080.  Is this true?  Can you also access
Apache at http://localhost? If both of these are true and you have Apache
seen from the outside work via, then you will need
to look at using some type of connector to forward requests from Apache to
Tomcat (specifically URI requests that are Servlets or JSPs).  MOD_JK is one
of the most popular and it is maintained by the foundation.  So
start by going to and looking around.


On 5/3/06, Gustav Wiberg <> wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm a newbie using this Tomcat-application. I figured out that it is a
> application that in some way acts as a containter for Java-applications?
> (like Apache Server could as a a containter for PHP?) Don't know if I have
> got this right or not.
> I have Windows XP Pro Edition. I have installed an application called
> ischolar Courseware, that relies on Tomcat and the webroot were installed
> under C:\tomcat\webapps\root\
> I don't know how i activate so I can run jsp-applications from
> C:\tomcat\webapps\root\   The Apache Tomcat service is running as a
> service.
> Is it any setting for the Apace Tomcat server?
> (Don't know if this is useful, but I have the Apace-server running at the
> root c:\webb\ where I can run PHP-applications.)
> Best regards
> /Gustav Wiberg
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