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From Rainer Jung <>
Subject Re: URL and mod_jk
Date Thu, 02 Oct 2008 15:13:54 GMT
Piller S├ębastien wrote:
> Hi guys,
> in my project, I very often use absolute url. They have a form like: 
> http://domain/foo/bar/resources/org.apache.wicket.Application//path/to/my/file.png 
> I recently installed Apache and mod_jk.
> Are this kind of url valid to be served through mod_jk?
> Because it explicitly reference wicket (web framwork), and I've guesssed 
> that the request will be forwarded from mod_jk to tomcat, and then to 
> wicket...
> How can I see what is being served by mod_jk and what by tomcat? Any 
> mod_jk log somewhere?

See: JkLogFile

Just to see what serves what: configure an access log for httpd and for 

If you want to get all the details on a test system: JkLogLevel debug.



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