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From "Rocco Scappatura" <Rocco.Scappat...@sttspa.it>
Subject Re: jk issue
Date Sun, 18 Nov 2007 21:47:10 GMT
Thanks,

I missed to put alias for relative URL '/roller' that permits Apache2 to
serve static pages.

Please, red the other thread (mod_jk or mod_proxy?) that I have opened and
consider ths as closed.

Still thanks,

rocsca

> Hi Rocco,
>
> we can't identify your problem without knowing your configuration, your
> test cases and the precise error observation.
>
> Please give us
>
> - your Tomcat connector configuration for the connector you talk to via
> mod_jk
> - your workers.properties
> - your httpd JK-directives
> - your Tomcat-version and mod_jk-version
> - the URL you are sending, what answer you would expect, and what answer
> you get.
>
> You can furthermore improve the chance of finding your problem by
> running a simple test case when having "JkLogLevel debug" and posting
> the jk log file in addition.
>
> Regards,
>
> Rainer
>
> Rocco Scappatura schrieb:
>> Hello,
>>
>> after a long time I was persuaded to install to run Apache Tomcat 5.5 as
>> application server an use Apache 2.0.54 as Web server.
>>
>> I configured Apache to load the appropriate jk connector and have
>> defined a workers.
>>
>> I run Tomcat 5.5, using 8080 port for amministrative issues. But I have
>> anothe customized service with a connector binded on port 81 and several
>> host.
>>
>> Obviosly, I have moved the connector for port 8009 into the customized
>> service.
>>
>> In particular, in tomcat on my customized server I have installed
>> roller.
>>
>> When I try to access to the URL wich is 'redirected' on tomcat, I access
>> to the home  page of roller, but I can't move from there! Neverthless
>> the css is lopaded in the css. (Basically, the Tomcat application from
>> Apache2 doesn't work).
>>
>> Please note the accessing directly to port 81, application works
>> properly.
>>
>> rocsca
>
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