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From "Bill Barker" <wbar...@wilshire.com>
Subject Re: need help with Tomcat-generated redirects
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2008 02:10:43 GMT

"Rainer Jung" <rainer.jung@kippdata.de> wrote in message 
news:477C1B66.2030000@kippdata.de...
> Hi Julian,
>
> Julian Dunn schrieb:
>>> How do you connect Apache to Tomcat? If you are using mod_jk, the
>>> module gets the port it sends to Tomcat via ap_get_server_port(),
>>> which in turn depends on UseCanonicalName. If this is set to On,
>>> the port is also determined from the port in ServerName.
>>
>> I'm using mod_jk 1.2.6 and Apache 2.0.59. UseCanonicalName is already
>> on in the Apache server, and the ServerName is set to www.site.com:80
>> in the VirtualHost. I also tried to set ServerName globally and that
>> didn't make a difference.
>>
>> This allows mod_rewrite to send the correct port # in rewrites, but
>> Tomcat doesn't seem to pick this up for some reason.
>>
>> By the way, don't laugh, but this is a legacy Tomcat 3.3.1a
>> application so I need something for that version of Tomcat.
>
> I'm not laughing (at least I try to). Since I'm relatively sure about
> the jk feature: what about updating to a recent jk version. 1.2.6 is
> ..., we are at 1.2.26.
>

Assuming that you are using the AJP13Interceptor, then updating the mod_jk 
version should be enough.  The problem is that mod_jk 1.2.6 doesn't respect 
the UseCanonicalName directive and sends the actual port that Apache is 
listening on.

If you are using the CoyoteConnector (which was released as an addon to 
3.3.1a), then I think that the proxyPort directive will work.  This 
connector also ships with 3.3.2, which is a fairly painless upgrade (as 
opposed to 5.5.x or 6.0.x).

> I never worked with TC 3.3, but the docs tell us, that it allows an
> AJP13 connector, so that one should be compatible with recent JK
> versions. In case you are still using AJP12, that's not a safe bet to
> use AJP12 with recent JK.
>

Yes, the AJP/1.2 connector was deprecated even for 3.3.1a  (except as a way 
to shut Tomcat down :).    To get this to work, you'll have to be using the 
AJP/1.3 protocol.

> The docs look like the connector attributes we posted as an alternative
> solution unfortunately don't exist for 3.3.
>
>> - Julian
>
> Regards,
>
> Rainer
>
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