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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: very basic question about apache and tomcat
Date Wed, 19 Sep 2012 23:06:54 GMT
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Jen,

On 9/19/12 5:52 PM, Mead, Jen L wrote:
> That was very insightful.  All the documentation that I am looking
> into specifies apache as the application.  Maybe, just maybe the
> server.xml file will contain what I need to move forward.  The lack
> of documentation for what I am trying to do is frustrating.  I am
> not even sure I can do it without loading apache with or instead of
> tomcat.  Thanks for the info.

Can you describe what you need to accomplish without specifically
referring to Apache httpd or Apache Tomcat?

Something like:

"We have a Java web application that needs to authentication against
Microsoft AD server, and there are no other moving parts required
unless we need them to support this configuration."

The reason that I ask is that Tomcat (with some special support
libraries and configuration) can authenticate directly against
Microsoft AD and Apache httpd isn't necessary at all. If you /require/
Apache httpd to perform the authentication, then we can tell you how
to do that, too.

- -chris
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