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From Jan Vávra <va...@602.cz>
Subject Re: configuring tomcat7 with apache 2.2.22
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2013 13:32:48 GMT
In this situation are both server exposed - Apache Server and Apache 
Tomcat. It can work.

When you use reverse proxy only the Apache Server is exposed. So 
configuring a ssl certificate is only done once.
On client computer/network there could be allowed only the standard http 
port 80 and not 8080.

Depends on situation ...
Jan.



> Thanks to some advice on this forum, and a lot of independent study and experimentation,
I have a php app on
> apache (localhost:80) pulling in a database driven bar code from a IDAutomation Servlet
running on tomcat
> (localhost:8080).
>
> Looks like this -
>
> 	$bcode = $row['Bar Code'] ;
> 	$beginurl = "<img src='http://localhost:8080/examples/servlet/LinearServlet?BARCODE=";
> 	$endurl = "&BAR_HEIGHT=.5&S=UPCA'>";
> 	echo $beginurl . $bcode . $endurl;
>
>
> Steve Spence, KK4HFJ
> http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com
> http://www.essnmag.com
>
>
>>   -------Original Message-------
>>   From: Jan Vávra <vavra@602.cz>
>>   To: Tomcat Users List <users@tomcat.apache.org>
>>   Subject: Re: configyuring tomcat7 with apache 2.2.22
>>   Sent: Mar 15 '13 07:43
>>   
>>   Hello,
>>     I take care about an app that is a combination of Apache Server+php
>>   Drupal app and Apache Tomcat jsp app.
>>     Apache Server listens on the ports 80/443 and requests are reverse
>>   proxied to Apache Tomcat.
>>   
>>     Let's say that the tomcat app resides on/testca
>>     The apache server config will be
>>   
>>      ProxyRequests Off
>>      ProxyPass /testca ajp://127.0.0.1:9081/testca
>>      ProxyPassReverse /testca ajp://127.0.0.1:9081/testca
>>   
>>            <Proxy /testca/WEB-INF>
>>            Order Deny,Allow
>>            Deny from All
>>            </Proxy>
>>   
>>            <Proxy /testca>
>>            Order Deny,Allow
>>            Allow from All
>>            </Proxy>
>>   
>>   and check if ajp module is loaded:
>>   LoadModule proxy_ajp_module modules/mod_proxy_ajp.so
>>   
>>   In the Apache Tomcat's server.xml  change ajp port to 9081
>>     <Connector port="9081" protocol="AJP/1.3" redirectPort="8443" />
>>   
>>   
>>   On WinXP there should be no problem. I personally develop on Win 7,
>>   production is Linux.
>>   
>>   Jan.
>>   
>>   
>>   > Although not a newbie to building websites in html and php, and physical computing
in C/C++, I'm having a
> dickens of a
>>   > time understanding the documentation of Integrating Tomcat 7 with my existing
Apache 2.2.22 on WinXP
> (company
>>   > supplied development pc, nothing I can do about that). Can I get a bit of
handholding please?
>>   >
>>   > I'm trying to evaluate a java servlet that requires tomcat.
>>   >
>>   >
>>   > Steve Spence, KK4HFJ
>>   > http://arduinotronics.blogspot.com
>>   > http://www.essnmag.com
>>   >
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