Re: [VOTE] JK 1.2.14.1

2005-07-14 Thread Ari Suutari

I don't know if I'm in position to vote about this, but
I have been running more than a week with production
servers using 1.2.14 (not .1). No problems (I have
12 sites using various tomcat versions, most of them
are low-volume, however).

I would say this is stable.

   Ari S.


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[x] Stable -- good build
[ ] Alpha -- something serious is wrong: what is it?


Please test and vote.

Cheers

Jean-Frederic

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Re: Releasing JK 1.2.14

2005-07-06 Thread Ari Suutari

Hi,
Now most of the bugs are closed, the documentation updated, JK 1.2.14 is nearly 
ready (changelog still needs some input).


I have put the current tarballs for testing at 
http://people.apache.org/~jfclere/jakarta-tomcat-connectors/




I have compiled these on FreeBSD 4.10, Apache 2.0.54. 
On tomcat side I have 4.1 and 5.0 versions.


No problems so far.

   Ari S.


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Re: Mod_ajp initial

2004-07-27 Thread Ari Suutari
Hi,

 I think we do have agreement on droping IIS/iPlanet.

Does this mean that in the future there won't be a way to
integrate tomcat to IIS ? We have some customers that
require use of IIS as frontend (for either political reasons or
they want to use integrated windows authentication feature of IIS).

Of course there are commercial products for this, but tomcat has just
been a very good companion to IIS in our systems. So I hope that
someone maintains some kind of solution for IIS integration.

Ari S.
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Jk connector and security roles (was: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16253] - Security roles in web.xml do not work with IIS)

2003-01-21 Thread Ari Suutari
Hi,


 Security roles in web.xml do not work with IIS

Btw, I guess that it is impossible to use roles
when one has apache as front end also.

 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2003-01-20 15:18 ---
 The idea was to use NT UserGroups as Roles, but never reached to
 conclusion, that is to read that Info gathered from Native-NT at Java Land
 ( they are transmited to tomcat over the wire but tomcat doenst get them
 from the AJP13 packet), and use them as roles...

I already wrote a Jk2Realm, which was supposed to check that
if request role is one of the groups transmitted from native side
(the groups are in
 HttpServletRequest.getAttribute(org.apache.tomcat.jk.roles))
but then I noticed that servlet request is not available in Realm.hasRole.

So, maybe the right approach would be to add role information
into CoyotePrincipal and just check against that in my Jk2Realm ?

Also, to make my Jk2Realm to work I had to modify mbeans-descriptors.xml
under catalina - which didn't feel right because the Jk2Realm 
kind of belongs to jakarta-connectors, doesn't it ?

I'm willing to make this work but as you can see, I need some
ideas how to proceeed.

Ari Suutari / Syncron Tech Oy
Lappeenranta, Finland



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Tomcat 4.1.10 and tag pooling problem

2002-09-04 Thread Ari Suutari

Hi,

I have been testing tomcat 4.1.10 with our web application,
which uses i18n tag from jakarta-taglibs. When running
it under 4.1.10 with jsp default settings in web.xml it
produces very odd results - it seems that each i18n tag
return same string to page (the string might be the
one the first tag returns, I'm not sure). When
I add 

init-param
param-nameenablePooling/param-name
param-valuefalse/param-value
/init-param

to web.xml, the application works perfectly and the result
is similar as in tomcat 4.0.x. 

Ari S.


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