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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: JK Connector failure after IIS recycle - version 1.2.30
Date Thu, 26 May 2011 13:54:52 GMT
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On 5/25/2011 6:31 PM, Nick Williams wrote:
> Thanks for the insight. I'll give it a little more time, but I'm being
> pushed by my superiors here for an answer that I can't give, so I'll have
> to file a bug before long.

Certainly when logging your bug, attach as much of the mod_jk log as you
can, and any other information that may be relevant (full version
numbers of everything involved, web server access log, etc.).

You did a pretty good job with your post to this list, so I suspect
you'll file a relatively complete bug report.

Sometimes posts just get lost in the shuffle. Bugs generally aren't
forgotten :)

> Does anyone know if there are any other (open source OR commercial/paid)
> alternatives to integrating Tomcat with IIS and/or Apache?

If you are using Apache httpd 2.2 or later, you should be able to use
mod_proxy_ajp which uses the same protocol as mod_jk but using
mod_proxy-style configuration and a completely different code base.

You could also switch-over to using mod_proxy_http and dump AJP altogether.

- -chris
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