Re: [ANN] Apache Tomcat mod_jk 1.2.14 Web Server Connector released

2005-07-27 Thread Dave Hodson

bad news
the changelog link has no info for 1.2.14

Jean-frederic Clere wrote:

The Apache Tomcat team is pleased to announce the release of version 
1.2.14 of the Apache Tomcat mod_jk web server connector.


Tomcat is the reference implementation of a web application server 
which implements

the Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages specifications.

mod_jk is a connector which allows a web server such as Apache HTTPD 
to act as a

front end to the Tomcat web application server.
This version fixes a number of minor bugs.

See http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/connectors-doc/changelog.html for 
a complete list of changes.


Source distribtions can be downloaded from an Apache Software 
Foundation mirror at: (they are named 
jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.14.1-src.tar.gz and 
jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.14.1-src.zip)


http://jakarta.apache.org/site/sourceindex.cgi

Binary distributions for a number of different operating systems and
web servers can be downloaded from an Apache Software Foundation 
mirror at:


http://jakarta.apache.org/site/binindex.cgi

Documentation for using mod_jk with Tomcat 3.3, 4.1, 5.0 and 5.5 can 
be found at:


http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/

The Apache Tomcat team.


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mod_jk

2005-03-22 Thread Andreas Andersson
Hi!
I'm not sure this is the right list (there wasn't a list about mod_jk) 
so let me just say sorry already :)

I'm trying to compile mod_jk with the latest src but get the following 
error:
BUILD FAILED
/usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/jk/build.xml:161: Warning: 
Could not find file 
/usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/coyote/build/lib/tomcat-coyote.jar 
to copy.

And that's correct, there is no such file. Anyone know how to solve 
this? I really just need mod_jk installed under my CentOS/RedHat dist.

Thanks.
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Re: mod_jk

2005-03-22 Thread Henri Gomez
Bad list, you should contact tomcat-dev instead.

BTW, configure is your friend for building jk).

See you soon on tomcat-dev


On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 15:48:09 +0100, Andreas Andersson
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi!
 
 I'm not sure this is the right list (there wasn't a list about mod_jk)
 so let me just say sorry already :)
 
 I'm trying to compile mod_jk with the latest src but get the following
 error:
 BUILD FAILED
 /usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/jk/build.xml:161: Warning:
 Could not find file
 /usr/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.8-src/coyote/build/lib/tomcat-coyote.jar
 to copy.
 
 And that's correct, there is no such file. Anyone know how to solve
 this? I really just need mod_jk installed under my CentOS/RedHat dist.
 
 Thanks.
 --
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 IT Dept.
 Travelstart Nordic
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 http://www.travelstart.se
 
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mod_jk

2004-01-20 Thread Francisco Javier Fabra Caro
Hi all!

I'm trying to install the mod_jk with Apache 1.3.27 and Tomcat 4.1.29. I
have installed Apache and Tomcat sucessfully, but I'm not able to
compile and/or install the mod_jk connector.

Someone has been able to install the module with this versions of
Apache+Tomcat? Some guidelines?

Thanks and cheers!

   fabRiX




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Re: mod_jk

2004-01-20 Thread Santiago Gala
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El martes, 20 ener, 2004, a las 13:44 Europe/Madrid, Francisco Javier 
Fabra Caro escribió:

Hi all!

I'm trying to install the mod_jk with Apache 1.3.27 and Tomcat 4.1.29. 
I
Don't do that unless it is a vendor version properly patched. 1.3.27 
has security problems.

have installed Apache and Tomcat sucessfully, but I'm not able to
compile and/or install the mod_jk connector.
Someone has been able to install the module with this versions of
Apache+Tomcat? Some guidelines?
I have done it quite a few times under linux, Solaris, and whatever *ix 
runs in the Compaq alphas. Basically I follow strictly the HOWTO.

OTOH, if you use a linux distro, you can look around for binary 
packages for mod_jk.

regards,
 Santiago
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RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-22 Thread Gomez Henri

En réponse à Gonyou, Austin [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 Yeah sure no problem. I was directed here after discussing the issue
 with a
 couple of httpd guys. 
 I've already checked the tomcat mailing list, as well. Plus this is
 _NOT_ a
 tomcat issue. It's a mod_jk issue.

mod_jk is STILL part of Tomcat. We have also a new Tomcat
sub-project called Jakarta-Tomcat-Connectors which include
mod_jk, mod_webapp and some experimentals code, where
all the developpement effort for connectors (web-server to
servlet-engine) is done.

Discussed mainly on tomcat-dev list. 

I suggest you to report the bug to bugzilla, 
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/index.html,
selecting tomcat3 and giving as much information
that's possible

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Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-21 Thread Gonyou, Austin

I keep getting content-type: text/plain when stuff comes back through
mod_jk. How can I change this?
If I view a page with mozilla, I get nothing but non-rendered source. 

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RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-21 Thread Edson Alves Pereira

Use this:
  //
  response.setContentType( text/html );
  PrintWriter pw = response.getWriter( );

  pw.writeln( html );
  pw.writeln( titleMOD_JK Test/title );
  pw.writeln( h1Here´s my HTML./h1 );
  pw.writeln( br );
  pw.writeln( body );
  pw.writeln( /body );
  pw.writeln( /html );
  
  pw.flush( );
  pw.close( );
  //

  I hope this helps!

  With best wishes,
  Edson Alves Pereira
  Brazil

Gonyou, Austin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I keep getting content-type: text/plain when stuff comes back through
mod_jk. How can I change this?
If I view a page with mozilla, I get nothing but non-rendered source. 

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Systems Architect, CCNA
Coremetrics, Inc.
Phone: 512-796-9023
email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

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RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-21 Thread Gonyou, Austin

Thanks for the response, but I don't know if it answers the question. Let me

expount a bit and I'll see if it makes things clearer.

I'm using mod_jk to talk to tomcat. By default tomcat's on 8080. When I
telnet to port 8080, 
the headers report that content-type is text/html. But, when I telnet to
port 80, (i.e. mod_jk is making
a connection to tomcat to pass back the html, the content-type is shown as
text/plain. 
Is there something I can do to solve this?

-- 
Austin Gonyou
Systems Architect, CCNA
Coremetrics, Inc.
Phone: 512-796-9023
email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:17 PM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20
 
 
 Use this:
   
 //
   response.setContentType( text/html );
   PrintWriter pw = response.getWriter( );
 
   pw.writeln( html );
   pw.writeln( titleMOD_JK Test/title );
   pw.writeln( h1Here´s my HTML./h1 );
   pw.writeln( br );
   pw.writeln( body );
   pw.writeln( /body );
   pw.writeln( /html );
   
   pw.flush( );
   pw.close( );
   
 //
 
   I hope this helps!
 
   With best wishes,
   Edson Alves Pereira
   Brazil
 
 Gonyou, Austin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 I keep getting content-type: text/plain when stuff comes back through
 mod_jk. How can I change this?
 If I view a page with mozilla, I get nothing but 
 non-rendered source. 
 
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 Systems Architect, CCNA
 Coremetrics, Inc.
 Phone: 512-796-9023
 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 
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RE: RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-21 Thread Edson Alves Pereira

Try to change the httpd.conf and tomcat.conf to use the same port, i think that 
this´ll solve the problem.

  With best wishes,
  Edson Alves Pereira

Gonyou, Austin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Thanks for the response, but I don't know if it answers the question. Let me

expount a bit and I'll see if it makes things clearer.

I'm using mod_jk to talk to tomcat. By default tomcat's on 8080. When I
telnet to port 8080,
the headers report that content-type is text/html. But, when I telnet to
port 80, (i.e. mod_jk is making
a connection to tomcat to pass back the html, the content-type is shown as
text/plain.
Is there something I can do to solve this?

--
Austin Gonyou
Systems Architect, CCNA
Coremetrics, Inc.
Phone: 512-796-9023
email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:17 PM
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20


 Use this:

 //
   response.setContentType( text/html );
   PrintWriter pw = response.getWriter( );

   pw.writeln( html );
   pw.writeln( titleMOD_JK Test/title );
   pw.writeln( h1Here´s my HTML./h1 );
   pw.writeln( br );
   pw.writeln( body );
   pw.writeln( /body );
   pw.writeln( /html );

   pw.flush( );
   pw.close( );

 //

   I hope this helps!

   With best wishes,
   Edson Alves Pereira
   Brazil

 Gonyou, Austin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I keep getting content-type: text/plain when stuff comes back through
 mod_jk. How can I change this?
 If I view a page with mozilla, I get nothing but
 non-rendered source.
 
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 Systems Architect, CCNA
 Coremetrics, Inc.
 Phone: 512-796-9023
 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
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RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20

2001-08-21 Thread Gonyou, Austin

Yeah sure no problem. I was directed here after discussing the issue with a
couple of httpd guys. 
I've already checked the tomcat mailing list, as well. Plus this is _NOT_ a
tomcat issue. It's a mod_jk issue.


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Systems Architect, CCNA
Coremetrics, Inc.
Phone: 512-796-9023
email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

 -Original Message-
 From: Craig R. McClanahan [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2001 2:42 PM
 To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
 Subject: RE: Using mod_jk with apache 1.3.20
 
 
 
 
 On Tue, 21 Aug 2001, Gonyou, Austin wrote:
 
  Thanks for the response, but I don't know if it answers the 
 question. Let me
  expount a bit and I'll see if it makes things clearer.
  
 
 Could you *please* do your expounding on the correct mailing list?
 
 The GENERAL list is for issues about Jakarta project development as a
 whole.  You want to discuss things like this on the 
 TOMCAT-USER list --
 after reading the mailing list guidelines at:
 
   http://jakarta.apache.org/site/mail.html
 
 you can follow the link to subscribe.
 
 Craig McClanahan
 
 
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