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From BeasC <cgb...@gmail.com>
Subject Configuring Apache 2.2 + Tomcat 6.0 + JK2 in windows server 2003
Date Fri, 28 Mar 2008 19:31:06 GMT

Hello all,
I am trying to install a new JSP server on a Windows Server 2003 station and 
I have no previous experience dealing with servers before.  I would like to
get some help as I have been reading several tutorials but they all seem to
differ in how to deal with the mod_jk2 connector.

So far, I have installed Apache 2.2 and it seems to work fine with the
default configuration.  When I try, however, to modify the httpd.conf file
with the line 

LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk2.dll

I get the following error:

“The specified procedure could not be found”

I have also installed Tomcat 6.0 and linked it with IIS 6 using the JK2
connector and this seems to be stable...

One of the symptoms of my problem with Apache-Tomcat configuration is that,
when I try to access the JSP examples ( i.e. "Basic Arithmetic") I am able
to see that the HTML headings, tables and html formatting, in general , have
been processed correctly but the JSP content of the page is intact and I am
able to see the actual JSP code in the page (i.e. inside the cells of the
table). This happens when I access the page directly from firefox by opening
as a file, when I try to access it as a web page (using
http://localhost/...) I get plain code, not even the HTML is processed :-( 
Please help me! I have been working on configuring this server for quite
some time and I am desperate.  Does anyone have any suggestion as to what
could be the source of this problem? 
Please let me know! 
Thank you in advance,

-BeasC
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