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From Martin Gainty <mgai...@hotmail.com>
Subject RE: advantages using tomcat + mod_jk
Date Tue, 07 Apr 2009 01:46:57 GMT

what is environment variable TOMCAT_HOME set to?
what is environment variable CATALINA_HOME set to?

Martin 







> From: admhardsoft@yahoo.ca
> To: users@tomcat.apache.org
> Subject: Re: advantages using  tomcat + mod_jk
> Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 19:41:47 -0400
> 
> 
> thanks for the answer about advantages of tomcat + mod_jk, ok.
> I want to have  a different directory for my examples of java, or web pages, 
> wherever, but I will don't like to have the default directory for my 
> examples.
> for directory by default for all examples is c:\tomcat6.0\webapps\examples\
> My sample now is under  c:\tomcat6.0\webapps\examples\foo\pagejava.jsp y 
> work very well, without any problem, but when I copy for other directory 
> outside of c:\tomcat6.0, such as d:\websites\examplestomcat, my example 
> dosen't work, the IE show me the code for the website and never the result, 
> even though that I created the directory inside of examplestomcat
> WEB_INF
> WEB_INF\Classes
> WEB_INF\lib
> 
> I have a huge problem with this, I need configurate my tomcat6.0.18 for 
> windows for load all my example create for by myself  in 
> d:\websites\examplestomcat
> 
> 
> however charles he sent me an email with the short explanation about it, but 
> dosen't work. he told me that I need to create my own web.xml
> I following him according with his step, he told me this.
> 1) no changes are needed to server.xml
> 
> 2) create the file C:\tomcat6.0\conf\Catalina\localhost\tomas.xml
> 
> 3) the contents of the above file are just:
> <Context docBase="D:/examplestomcat" />
> 
> 4) under D:\examplestomcat, you should have:
> WEB-INF\web.xml - contains your servlet mappings
> WEB-INF\lib - contains jar files (if any) for your webapp
> WEB-INF\classes - contains individual class files (if any) for your webapp
> index.html - the home page of your webapp.
> 
> You would access the above via the URL http://127.0.0.1:8080/tomas, assuming 
> your browser is on the same machine that Tomcat is running on and you're 
> using the default server.xml.
> 
> BUT my big doubt is.
> What paremeters I'll need write inside of my new file web.xml, this is my 
> big problem.
> 
> somebody can explain me with more details, somebody made the same like me?.
> 
> I hope to find  a help between this person.
> 
> thanks so much
> TOMAS
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> --------------------------------------------------
> From: "Christopher Schultz" <chris@christopherschultz.net>
> Sent: Monday, April 06, 2009 5:40 PM
> To: "Tomcat Users List" <users@tomcat.apache.org>
> Subject: Re: advantages using  tomcat + mod_jk
> 
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> > Tomas,
> >
> > On 4/6/2009 4:12 PM, Tomas Rodriguez wrote:
> >> I wanna know what advantage can I have if I'll install tomcat with
> >> the mod_jk for work with Apache http?.
> >
> > There are a number of advantages to using Apache httpd + mod_jk instead
> > of just Tomcat standalone. Here are a few I can think of:
> >
> > 1. mod_jk provides load-balancing across multiple Tomcat instances
> > 2. mod_jk allows you to have a single web server instance and
> >   multiple (non-clustered) Tomcat instances serving different apps
> >   or even running as different users, etc.
> > 3. Apache httpd includes a /lot/ of modules for authentication, data
> >   massaging, etc. that can be used on top of servlet code (think
> >   mod_rewrite)
> >
> > There are very few tasks for which Apache httpd is /required/. Maybe if
> > you tell us what you'd like to do, we can help you configure it in
> > Tomcat. Just remember that Tomcat was written to deploy applications,
> > not to serve files (though it does that just fine, too).
> >
> >> It will be more easy to [configure tomcat for virtual directories]?,
> >> because I wanna have in other directory my [own] examples and until
> >> now I can't [do] that.
> >
> > I'm having trouble understanding what you're asking: you want to have
> > several virtual directories? You can do that with just Tomcat... it just
> > takes a bit of work to do.
> >
> > - -chris
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