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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: AJP Todo
Date Sun, 02 Dec 2001 01:17:31 GMT
I have no objection to help porting ${Server}Config to 4.x, but I'm still a
Catalina novice.  The 3.3 API is more command and control, so it is easier
to get to the information.  It will take me a little time to find out how to
get the servlet-mappings in Catalina.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Remy Maucherat" <>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <>
Sent: Saturday, December 01, 2001 4:40 PM
Subject: AJP Todo

> Hi,
> On the TODO list for AJP, there is:
> - Implementing jvmroute.
> - Adding a mechanism like there is in Tomcat 3.3 to automatically generate
> configuration file. That should be relatively easy to do using a server
> listener (or a host listener).
> I'm not going to do either of these. I have no clue how to do the first
> and no time to do the second one.
> So I'm counting on all the guys who voted +1 for supporting AJP 1.3+ on
> Tomcat 4. I did bootstrap the porting of the docs already, and I've also
> fixed the problems with compiling against the CVS HEAD, so I think I've
> my part :) If you want to see full support for AJP in TC 4.0.2, it's up to
> you guys :)
> If people are willing to actively support it, and if the risk for creating
> security vulnerability is low, we could also enable the AJP 1.3 connector
> and the server listener by default (and declare it officially supported),
> that 4.0.2 behaves almost like 3.3 for AJP 1.3 related stuff.
> Thanks,
> Remy
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