Re: Where do I get mod_jk?

2002-10-18 Thread Mark Eggers
Michael, If you want binary builds, you'll have to upgrade to apache 2.0.42. They can be found at: The rpms can be found at:

Re: Best practices question

2002-10-18 Thread Mark Eggers
Randy, A general rule of security is permit only what is needed, and deny everything else. Following that idea, only run Tomcat as root if you are using it as a web server binding to a port less than 1024. Otherwise, run it from a non-privledged account so that if there is a security issue the

Re: Internal Server Error - Still a newbie.

2002-10-18 Thread Mark Eggers
Curt, [Thu Oct 17 15:16:23 2002] [jk_connect.c (143)]: jk_open_socket, connect() failed errno = 111 This probably indicates that a socket connection could not be made. Although I don't have a C compiler installed on my current machine (hence no errno.h, hence no error information), I

RE: Index.jsp page in apache and tomcat config....

2002-10-18 Thread Mark Eggers
There is a DirectoryIndex option in the configuration file. Out of the box it's set to index.html. Add index.jsp to the list. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Faith Hill - Exclusive Performances, Videos More

Re: Resend: problem compiling JSPs in the Examples application on 4.1.12LE

2002-10-22 Thread Mark Eggers
Just a quick thought: Check your path separator (ps) definition in Make sure it's defined as: ps=\ Also, you might want to try the examples with http://localhost:8080/examples/jsp/dates/date.jsp to see if this gives you the same error. /mde/ just my two cents . . . .

Re: creating a directory under webapps

2002-11-01 Thread Mark Eggers
This is because the invoker servlet mapping is commented out by default in Tomcat 4.1.12. There are several ways of dealing with this. 1. Remove the comments around the invoker servlet mapping in web.xml !-- The mapping for the invoker servlet -- servlet-mapping

Tomcat 4.1.12, Apache 2.0.43, Win/2K

2002-11-04 Thread Mark Eggers
Well, I have been frustrated with this combination for a few days, so I took one step back and looked at my old Linux Apache 1.3.x, Tomcat 4.0.1, and mod_jk configurations. One of the notes I had to myself in the httpd.conf file was about the order of mod_perl and mod_jk. As noted in the Apache

RE: Stuck, frustrated and in desperate need of help....

2002-11-07 Thread Mark Eggers
A little tongue in cheek here . . . . . Repeat after me: RPMs are evil, RPMs are evil . . . I think a much cleaner way to install Tomcat is to get the g'zipped tar file, copy it to the directory you want, then uncompress and untar the distribution. Once that happens, you can rename the

RE: Tomcat 4.1 and apache 1.3 how-to

2002-11-10 Thread Mark Eggers
Z, I don't know if this is too late for you, but I would look at compiling the mess. You can get the compiler and tools for building generic C/C++/Objective C code from: They come as sun packages, so they should be easy to install. Once installed, you can get the

Re: Tomcat 4.x as NT service

2002-11-12 Thread Mark Eggers
1. Download the binary .exe install package 2. Choose 'run as NT service' during installation. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? U2 on LAUNCH - Exclusive greatest hits videos -- To unsubscribe, e-mail:

Re: Velocity / Avalon

2002-08-27 Thread Mark Eggers
Wouldn't you do this in a cron job similar to that of other system logs? I would think that if you ran tomcat as a particular user, then you would create a cron job mirroring those used by syslog.log, messages.log, etc. and just use velocity.log as the log file name. I'm not familiar with SUSE

Re: minimun requirment of computer to run tomcat

2002-03-21 Thread Mark Eggers
I don't have a good clue as to what the 'minimum' is. However, I am running two small systems primarily for development / testing work. Both seem to work well and are loaded down with quite a bit. System 1 Tecra 8000 with 256 MB memory and 7 GB hard drive OS - RedHat Linux 6.2 Apache 1.3.22

Re: tomcat 4.0 with IIIS5

2002-03-25 Thread Mark Eggers
Yes, I have Tomcat 4.0 running on a Windows 2000 Professional Laptop with Cocoon 2.02-dev, Jetspeed, the Turbine Development Kit, and a few other oddities on top of IIS 5. Needless to say, my laptop is pretty bogged down. I'll try and get something written up in the next day or so to publish to

Re: security issue!

2002-01-24 Thread Mark Eggers
It's an annoyance . . . . . This is a standard worm attack. Patched IIS servers are immune. Tomcat should be immune (the fact that you are getting invalid URI entries in your log suggests that you are). Apache is immune. This attack can still fill up IIS logs, while it just puts one entry in

RE: Errors using warp connector

2002-01-29 Thread Mark Eggers
Currently I have been able to compile the apr suite (apr, apr-util, and apr-iconv by following the instructions at I received 7 warnings from the source code downloaded from CVS this morning. However, using the to compile mod_warp failed

RE: can't get tomat working with IIS

2002-02-02 Thread Mark Eggers
Did you also create a virtual directory for IIS? I am running IIS, Tomcat, Cocoon, Jetspeed, and the Turbine development kit on Win/2K professional (laptop) along with Perl, PHP, and MySQL. Of course the laptop is pretty loaded, but it all works and I have a portable development environment /

Re: Permission denied trying to connect tomcat to port 80...

2002-09-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Make sure the startup script is not suid/sgid to something. Also, make sure there is not an httpd configured in /etc/inetd.conf. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Finance - Get real-time stock quotes

Re: Using IIS and Tomcat without integration.

2002-09-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Hmmm, I suppose you could create a sessionid or cookie with the asp code and pass that to tomcat. You would then have your tomcat instance listening on port 8443 (or change it to 443 if you're not running something there already) and do the link. Getting Tomcat integrated with IIS is not

Re: Tomcat, Apache, XML, XSLT, Taglibs, C, LDAP, Kitchen sink...

2002-09-12 Thread Mark Eggers
Tod, This is from the following reference: Or parse an absolute URL via the url attribute xtags:parse url= You can parse a web app resource using an absolute URI relative to the web-app context

RE: Shut down IIS and replace w/standalone Tomcat -- consequences ?

2002-09-19 Thread Mark Eggers
Jeff, I don't see any real system issues, but then I'm not a Windows guru. I do see some other issues, depending on what your intentions are. With IIS running, you have the option of using ASP as well as all the jsp/servlet/xml tools that Tomcat provides. Before people jump all over me, one

JK 1.2.0 on Win/2K, IIS, Tomcat 4.0.4

2002-09-27 Thread Mark Eggers
I did a drop-in replacement for my current isapi_redirect.dll and jni_connect.dll and restarted both Tomcat and IIS. Reaching http://hostname/tomcat works as expected. Reaching http://hostname/examples/jsp/index.html works as expected. All jsp examples work as expected.

Re: HTTP Status 500 - Internal Server Error

2002-09-27 Thread Mark Eggers
Glinn, It looks like tools.jar is not in your classpath. Do you have the jdk (not jre) installed, and is your JAVA_HOME environment variable set to point at the root directory of the jdk installation? /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you

Re: HTTP Status 500 - Internal Server Error

2002-09-27 Thread Mark Eggers
tools.jar should be in JAVA_HOME/lib (jdk 1.3.1_04). Mine is also in TOMCAT_HOME/common/lib. I don't know where it would be if you are using jdk 1.4. Make sure that your JAVA_HOME environment variable points to the root of your JDK installation. For example, mine is at C:\jdk1.3.1_04. Make

Tomcat 4.1.12, index.jsp, and application.getServerInfo()

2002-10-03 Thread Mark Eggers
I'm using the following setup: Windows/2000 Pro - latest patches IIS 5 jdk 1.3.1_04 Tomcat 4.1.12 (binary, installed as a service) mod_jk 1.20 Various other packages (Cocoon 2.1-dev, Jetspeed, Xindice) are installed and working well. However, the Tomcat index.jsp page seems to want to call

Re: How to integrate Tomcat 4.1.12 with IIS 5 on Win2000

2002-10-10 Thread Mark Eggers
Since you have installed Tomcat on your Windows/2000 box, fire up your web browser and point it at: http://localhost:8080/tomcat-docs/jk2/index.html The FAQ that comes with the documentation at http://localhost:8080/tomcat-docs/jk2/faq.html will tell you where to get the files. This is all

Re: Installation cook-book or HOW-TO

2002-10-14 Thread Mark Eggers
I find that installing software from a gzip'ed tarball is easier than using an RPM. One of the issues that I have with an RPM is that it can do other 'things' like creating special users, setting directory permissions, etc. that are not immediately obvious. As Larry noted, the process should be

RE: static rules for jk/ajp13

2002-10-14 Thread Mark Eggers
If you are running Cocoon or a Cocoon-based application, you might also want to add the following: JkMount /cocoon/* ajp13 This will dump everything in the Cocoon directory to Tomcat which will use the Cocoon webapp to deal with things. If you have static files (such as html or images) then

RE: static rules for jk/ajp13

2002-10-14 Thread Mark Eggers
Frank, I am not aware of any exclusion rules per sae . . . Without having your developers follow some conventions as to file location, I think you have a lost cause. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Faith Hill - Exclusive

RE: Tomcat IIS Worker problem

2002-10-15 Thread Mark Eggers
Hmm, I have a little more in my file. I've attached mine along with this message. And here's my information. /examples/*.jsp=ajp13 /examples/servlet/*=ajp13 /ora/*.jsp=ajp13 /cocoon/*=ajp13 /jetspeed/*=ajp13 /Addressbook/*=ajp13 This is working well

Re: Configuration question

2002-10-15 Thread Mark Eggers
Kent, Edit /etc/hosts file and put in the following information: your_ip_address hostname hostname.domainname localhost localhost.localdomain You'll also need to edit your /etc/nsswitch.conf to include the files parameter on the host line. hosts: files dns I hope

Re: trouble with upgrade to a newer version of Tomcat

2002-10-15 Thread Mark Eggers
Lisa, Here's how I've upgraded Tomcat in the past. I haven't done the 3.x to the 4.0.x in a very long time, so I may not remember everything. 1. Copy all of your apps from %TOMCAT_HOME%\webapps to another location. 2. Copy any customised configuration files (most likely,

RE: TC4.1.12 on W2K = service doesn't start!

2002-10-16 Thread Mark Eggers
OK, I have it set up in the following way: 1. In the service properties, I have it logging onto the local system account. 2. I have set the environment variables in the System account: CATALINA_HOME=C:\Tomcat JAVA_HOME=C:\jdk1.3.1_04 TOMCAT_HOME=C:\Tomcat The last is for some legacy

RE: Cannot Run Servlets, only JSP's, Part II

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
The invoker servlet is commented out by default in 4.1x. Anonymous servlets are considered a security risk. There are at least three ways to manage this problem. 1. Uncomment the following in your Tomcat's web.xml file. !-- The mapping for the invoker servlet -- servlet-mapping

RE: Cannot Run Servlets, only JSP's, Part II (Attn: Mark)

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Sorry - I was out for a bit and was a bit generic. You need to modify the one in your application: $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/myapp/WEB-INF/ There's more information about a web application at: http://localhost:8080/tomcat-docs/appdev/index.html provided you installed the documentation with

RE:I don´t understand the objective of this open list!

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
I agree as well. There is a lot of documentation out there. Is it always in the form that I find most easily digestable? Probably not. Do I have to rely on examples, the source code, and some judicious tinkering? Probably. However, complaining about it and asking generic questions like

Re: RE: I don´t understand the objective of this open list !

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Mike, Here is information from a cursory search on Amazon. Tomcat Kick Start by Martin Bond, Debbie Law (Paperback) Usually ships in 24 hours List Price: $34.99 Buy new: $24.49 Used new from $19.95 Mastering Tomcat Development by Peter Harrison, Ian McFarland (Paperback) Avg. Customer

Tomcat examples - reply to Carlos

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Carlos, My Spanish is nonexistent, so I hope I understand your problem. It appears that you are using Tomcat 4.1.12 with jdk 1.4.x. There is a different version of Tomcat 4.1.12 for jdk 1.3 and jdk 1.4. You will want to download the following file and install it (assuming you're on UNIX).

Re: I don´t understand the objective of this open list !

2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Mike, We're happy not to have you use the software. If you read the documentation for other application servers, you'll quickly find that there is an equal amount of 'geek' speak. Sad to say, but at some point you need to understand the technology and know what you are doing in order to


2002-12-09 Thread Mark Eggers
over the last 30 years, I find the Tomcat documentation more liveable than most. However, that's just my opinion. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . PS - Again, I apologize for the misunderstanding. --- Noel J. Bergman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mike, As far as I know (and I just looked), Mark

Re: can't get w2k tomcat service running again

2002-12-16 Thread Mark Eggers
That's usually a configuration error. See what the Tomcat logs tell you. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up now. -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: mailto:[EMAIL

Re: Session timeout setting (URGENT)

2002-12-20 Thread Mark Eggers
Ken, Let me qualify this before giving you a possibility. I have just started working with Tomcat as a programmer (I'm mostly a system admin / integrator / architect). And as another person on the mailing list has pointed out, I am not a part of any development team. That said, I

Re: Urgent - Issue with Tomcat/mod_jk?

2002-12-23 Thread Mark Eggers
Ben, Disclaimer: I'm not a Tomcat developer, but I do use it to develop software and integrate applications. In $CATALINA_HOME/conf/server.xml you should see an entry similar to the following: !-- Define an AJP 1.3 Connector on port 8009 -- Connector

RE: mod_jk tomcat/apache connector issue (dead horse)

2003-01-08 Thread Mark Eggers
Looks like there is a problem with setting up the build environment (gcc, libtool, ld). I don't have a Solaris machine handy, so I'll try to comment on this from memory. You have been warned. I'm guessing that libtool is sending options for the GNU ld command, while it is executing the

Re: Repost: Can't connect to a running network-enabled mysql server on localhost

2003-01-08 Thread Mark Eggers
John, I haven't seen this, but I'm running a more convoluted setup. jdk 1.4.1_01 tomcat 4.1.18 cocoon2-dev (from cvs) all on a Win2K/Pro box. I have been able to get connections to mysql and xindice. I haven't tried postgresql yet since I don't have a database in that. All databases are

Re: Tomcat 4.1.18, JK2, IIS - Second try

2003-01-17 Thread Mark Eggers
Dan, In your file, do you have a section similar to the following? [shm] file=C:/Apache2/logs/shm.file size=1048576 /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up now.

Re: Tomcat 4.1.18, JK2, IIS - Second try

2003-01-17 Thread Mark Eggers
Dan, In each of your uri definitions, you need to say what worker you will be using: [uri:/examples/jsp/*] info=JSP examples context=/examples/jsp worker=ajp13:localhost:8009 I'm using the following in my file. I am using apache on win/2k, but I haven't started playing with the

Re: Tomcat 4.1.18, JK2, IIS - Second try

2003-01-17 Thread Mark Eggers
Dan, They should be the same I think . . . The IIS - specific parts should be concerned with the redirector only. As long as you have the green arrow in your IIS properties and the virtual directories set up in IIS I think you should be OK. I may fire up IIS just for grins again to see what

Re: Tomcat 4.1.18, JK2, IIS - Second try

2003-01-17 Thread Mark Eggers
Dan, I just started up IIS . . . . and things work fine for me (Tomcat 4.1.18, jdk 1.4.1_01, IIS 5, jk2, Windows/2000 Pro). Make sure you have added index.html and index.jsp in the Properties--Documents tag of your default web site. Otherwise, try http://localhost/examples/jsp/index.html to see

Re: WAR Problem

2003-01-19 Thread Mark Eggers
Try stomping the work file directory found in: /usr/local/tomcat/work/Standalone/localhost Then restart and see what happens. Oops - just reread your message. You need to change to /usr/local/tomcat/webapps. Then execute the following command: jar cvf apress.war apress/* The problem is you

Re: Graphics (CEWOLF) using tomcat4.0.3

2003-02-04 Thread Mark Eggers
Iain, a quick question . . . . Are you running an X Server on your Linux machine? If not, you'll either need to upgrade to jdk 1.4.x or run a virtual frame buffer in order to use graphics. HTH /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!?

Re: mod_jk2

2003-02-05 Thread Mark Eggers
I am currently using Apache 2.0.43, Tomcat 4.1.18, and jdk 1.4.1_01 successfully on Win/2000 Professional with mod_jk2. I have also used mod_jk2 to integrate IIS 5 and Tomcat 4.1.18 on Win/2000 Professional. I have not tried the JNI (in process) configurations, nor have I tried the Cygwin port

Re: mod_jk2

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Unfortunately, I don't Jukka. Right now I have only one system to work with so I'm not load balancing. If I remember correctly, I think you have to use URI rewriting in order to manage load-balanced sessions . . . but don't quote me on this. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . --- Jukka Raanamo

Re: Help with Apache 1.3/Tomcat 4.1.18/JK?

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Normally you have to compile modules with a different (extended) interface when running SSL for Apache 1.3. If your rpms for were not compiled for the extended interface, they won't load or work with SSL-enabled Apache. /mde/ just my two cents . . . .

load balancing (was mod_jk2)

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
From the Tomcat 4.1.18 documentation: Identifier which must be used in load balancing scenarios to enable session affinity. The indetifier, which must be unique across all Tomcat 4 servers which participate in the cluster, will be appended to the generated session identifier, therefore allowing

Re: jakarta-tomcat-connectors-jk2-2.0.2-src cannot compile

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Hans, apr is the utility that configures load modules before compiling them. If I remember from other rpm installs, that file is usually in /usr/bin, but I normally don't use rpm installations. You can try the following find command to track down the binary, and then fill it in on the build

Re: Sample App

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Jose, This looks like a packaging issue. If you've compiled your bean in src/mypackage/feijao with a package definition of src.mypackage.feijao, then you'll need to place the class file in: WEB-INF/classes/src/mypackage/feijao/beanclass.class where the WEB-INF directory is the one that lives

jk2 connector - cannot compile

2003-02-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Hans, I'm sorry, but I should have thought of this sooner. When you installed Apache via rpm, there are usually three rpm's available. apache-binaries apache-dev apache-src I believe the apache-dev rpm has the apr utility plus the libraries and include files you will need to build loadable

Re: Problem making Tomcat 4.1 invoke servlet from Apache 2.0.44

2003-02-07 Thread Mark Eggers
Jimmy, Try the following: [uri:/examples/servlet/*] HTH /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up now.

Re: [OT] free Database with Transaction (Sorry for the noise)

2003-02-18 Thread Mark Eggers
Check out Postgresql at HTH /mde/ just my two cents . . . . --- Jens Skripczynski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi, I'm looking for a Database, that can do - sql transactions, (or anything similiar to sql - if it works with a xml database, xml is fine) - has a java

RE: [OT] free Database with Transaction (Sorry for the noise)

2003-02-18 Thread Mark Eggers
Since I don't use Postgresql in production, I don't know how well it works (or doesn't) on Win/2K. However, for development work Postgresql on Win/2K works fine. I'm currently running Postgresql on my Win/2K Pro machine. I suspect that since Postgresql has to go through Cygwin to access a

RE: Tomcat 4.1.18 - IIS 5.0 plugin

2003-03-03 Thread Mark Eggers
2.0.2 works fine for me on Windows/2000 Pro with both IIS 5 and Apache 2.0.43 with Tomcat 4.1.18 and j2sdk 1.4.1_01. I did find that I could not have both the version 1 and version 2 redirector in my registry. If I did, IIS would not connect to jk2. Once I removed that entry in the registry,

RE: I'm new to this and could use a hand

2003-03-03 Thread Mark Eggers
Barry, If you're creating a new directory to learn JSP, be aware that Tomcat does not launch new contexts by default. I've placed the following in my server.xml file right before the /Host. This allows me to just 'drop in' jsp files to test things. I also log the information to a separate file

Re: Problems configuring Tomcat with Apache using mod_jk2

2003-03-04 Thread Mark Eggers
Actually, mod_jk2 does not use JKMount . . . . In you might have a configuration that reads: # Uri mapping [uri:/examples/*.jsp] worker=ajp13:localhost:8009 Now this is really pointing to: $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/examples Most of the time, the absolute directory is outside of

RE: Installation - Tomcat 4.1 - Windows 2K

2003-03-04 Thread Mark Eggers
Jeremy, It appears that you are using only the java runtime environment in your JAVA_HOME (hence, jre). You will need to set your JAVA_HOME to point to the java standard development kit (j2sdk) instead. If you don't have the java development kit installed on your machine, you can download it

RE: Configuring Tomcat with IIS Web Server

2003-03-04 Thread Mark Eggers
Michael, There are three other issues that you need to be concerned about with IIS. 1. Make sure you set up virtual directories to point to the %TOMCAT_HOME%\webapps\appname for each Tomcat application you wish to serve via IIS. 2. Make sure your System account (which runs IIS) has read access

Re: Problems with mod_jk2

2003-06-24 Thread Mark Eggers
What are the ownership and permissions on the following directory? /usr/opt/Apache-2.0.46W/logs [Tue Jun 24 14:22:24 2003] (error ) [jk_logger_file.c (172)] Can't open log file /usr/opt/Apache-2.0.46W/logs/jk2.log /mde/ __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now

RE: Tomcat 5 - Jetspeed JSP Portlets do not display

2003-06-30 Thread Mark Eggers
I am using the following environment: jetspeed 1.4-b5-dev from 6/4/2003 tomcat 4.1.24 full apache 2.0.46 j2sdk 1.4.1_03 windows/2000 pro The default jetspeed account (turbine/turbine) works via port 8080 (tomcat) and port 80 (apache). /mde/ __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC

Re: JK2

2003-07-11 Thread Mark Eggers
I get the same problems on Redhat 9 once I resolve all of the dependencies. /mde/ __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

Re: three tiers on three machines: Apache, Tomcat, DB

2003-03-13 Thread Mark Eggers
Terence, I've never done this, and I don't have three machines to test this on. However, this is how I would approach things: # # # replace hostname with your host name for Tomcat # replace ip_address with your host ip address for # Tomcat # [channel.socket:hostname:8009]

Upgrading j2sdk on Windows/2000 running Tomcat as a service

2003-03-19 Thread Mark Eggers
Folks, I don't know if this has been discussed before, but I ran into this issue the other day. I am running Tomcat 4.1.18 on a Windows/2000 Pro machine as a service. Everything works well (integrated with Apache 2.0.43 or IIS 5 via mod_jk2). I was running j2sdk 1.4.1_01 and decided to do the

Re: Tomcat and IIS

2003-03-27 Thread Mark Eggers
You can tell IIS which page to serve as well. I'll try to describe the graphic interface while typing. Go to the following place: Start--Settings--Control Panel-- Administrative Tools--Internet Services Manager Go to the following place in the manager: [hostname]--Default Web Site

Re: Apache 2.0.45 + Tomcat 4.1.24 + mod_jk(2)

2003-04-03 Thread Mark Eggers
Trev, I don't know about Apache 2.0.45, since the mod_jk2 binaries say for use with 2.0.43 only (at least the Windows ones do). I do have 2.0.43 and Tomcat 4.1.24 working via mod_jk2 on my Windows/2000 Pro machine though. I'm thinking it's most likely an Apache/mod_jk2.{dll|so} issue. What do

RE: Tomcat/ Apache startup

2003-06-06 Thread Mark Eggers
David, I don't know about Redhat 7.3, but the default configuration in Redhat 9 restricts user noone and nobody so that network access does not work. I am using similar scripts, but installed Tomcat from the binaries and made two users. 1. tomcat is a normal user and has rw access to the

RE: Tomcat/ Apache startup

2003-06-06 Thread Mark Eggers
David, I am using the scripts from: I modified them slightly, including using sudo -u tomcat-ops for the Tomcat startup script. These scripts take care of setting the appropriate environment variables before starting, stopping, or

Re: Tomcat 4 jk2-2.0.2 with apache2 in solaris 8 configuration

2003-06-03 Thread Mark Eggers
Omar, Did you build httpd yourself, or did you download a binary? If you built httpd yourself, what was your configuration command? Also, what configuration command did you use to build mod_jk2? /mde/ just my two cents . . . .

Re: JK2 - missing library

2003-06-04 Thread Mark Eggers
It appears that you have not installed the Perl compatible regular expressions library. You can either install the appropriate RPM or forego the --with-pcre switch. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Calendar - Free online calendar with sync

Re: Help Please: Starting Tomcat using channelUnix with mod_jk2

2003-06-07 Thread Mark Eggers
Pascal, I've been trying the same thing with Redhat 9, and getting a similar problem. I even put /home/apache/lib in /etc/ and ran /sbin/ldconfig -v. I verified that that shared libraries are indeed loaded. I also tried modifying /home/tomcat/bin/ to include a

Re: JK2, which is the best way to build it?

2003-06-10 Thread Mark Eggers
JD, I just downloaded the 4.1.24 connectors source and could not get the ant task to build. It fails while in mod_jk. It appears that there is at least one include file missing, but I have not taken the time to debug it. However, if you change directories to distribution/jk/native2 and do the

Re: Mod_jk2 for apache 2.0.43

2003-06-11 Thread Mark Eggers
mod_jk2 is working for me (socket connection) with apache 2.0.46, tomcat 4.1.24, j2sdk 1.4.1_03 on windows/2000 professional with latest patches. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . --- Angus Mezick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can I use

Re: possibly off topic: question

2003-06-17 Thread Mark Eggers
Steve, You would single out what you wish to have Tomcat handle, and then Apache would handle the rest. For example: [uri:/app/*.jsp] worker=ajp13:localhost:8009 [uri:/app/servlet/*] worker=ajp13:localhost:8009 would send all files ending in .jsp and all files underneath the /app/servlet uri

RE: possibly off topic: question

2003-06-17 Thread Mark Eggers
One of the ways you could accomplish the /app/servlet/* mapping is to map each of your servlets in the app's web.xml file with a: servlet-mapping servlet-nameMyServlet/servlet-name url-pattern/servlet/MyServlet/url-pattern /servlet-mapping for each servlet in your app.

Re: Auto-Confirmation

2003-08-22 Thread Mark Eggers
Since they are in California, I've already called and made them aware of the problem. I don't know what they are currently doing about it though. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . --- Pike [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey guess what, quest is actually a list member ... forget my previous remarks

Re: Tomcat IIS How to

2003-08-29 Thread Mark Eggers
If you do not have a full-fledge webapp (with a WEB-INF/web.xml), you will have to add the context to Tomcat's server.xml Here's an example that I use to just noodle around with jsp files: Context className=org.apache.catalina.core.StandardContext crossContext=true reloadable=true

Re: Installing Tomcat 4.1.24 as a service on Win 2000 - won't start

2003-09-05 Thread Mark Eggers
If you're starting things as a service, the environment variables need to be defined at the system level and not the user level. HTH /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! SiteBuilder - Free, easy-to-use web site design software

Re: Development Tools

2003-09-09 Thread Mark Eggers
Hopefully Tim that was tongue firmly planted in cheek! Anyway, I use emacs/ant/jde for emacs ( I have cygwin on the Windows platform so when I drop into a shell in emacs I have something that works well. I also use xae ( which is an xml authoring

Re: JK2 log location, anyone?

2003-10-02 Thread Mark Eggers
According to the docs (don't have them handy at the moment), mod_jk2 uses the Windows system logging as a default. If you want to use your own log file, put something like the following in # Alternate file logger [logger.file:0] # level=DEBUG file=${serverRoot}/logs/jk2.log

Re: Is this still an issue with 4.1.24 ?

2003-10-06 Thread Mark Eggers
Yes, it is best to use the appropriate mapping in your application's web.xml. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . --- Mark W. Webb [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I came across this article and wondered if this is an issue with 4.1.24. Thanks for any thoughts on this issue.

RE: tomcat 4.1.27 with jvm 1.4.2_02=crashes

2003-11-10 Thread Mark Eggers
Output on my machine (RedHat 9 20.4.20-9, Tomcat 4.1.29, Apache 2.0.47) java -showversion java version 1.4.2_02 Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.2_02-b03) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.2_02-b03, mixed mode) I pulled this down from Sun on 11/03/2003 0903.

Re: How to get mod_jk 2.0 for redhat

2003-11-12 Thread Mark Eggers
Michel, Check out I don't know how good these RPM's are since I build the connectors from source. /mde/ . . . . just my two cents --- Michel Cote [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I'm looking for the BINARY distribution of the Tomcat web server connector (mod_jk 2.0)

Re: How to turn on mod_jk2 logging

2003-11-12 Thread Mark Eggers
From my config file on the Windows/2000 Pro side: # Alternate file logger [logger.file:0] # level=DEBUG file=${serverRoot}/logs/jk2.log [workerEnv:] info=Global server options timing=1 debug=0 # Default Native Logger (apache2 or win32 ) # can be overriden to a file logger, useful # when tracing

RE: Looking for mod_jk2

2003-11-13 Thread Mark Eggers
Dave, The linker is looking for I don't know what you used in your ./configure run. On some installations the link between the current version of libapr and (and does not get made when Apache is installed. This appears to be mostly a problem with the

Re: Problem finding external Linux shared object library under Red Hat/Tomcat 4.1.24

2003-11-19 Thread Mark Eggers
Mark, Once you put the directory where the library lives in /etc/, you'll need to run ldconfig. If you put it in the startup script, you might have something like: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH /mde/ just my two cents . . . .

Re: Where is the HowTo FAQ section?

2003-12-01 Thread Mark Eggers
I'm putting some stuff in the Wiki right now. I should be done in another hour or so. I am describing the following: Tomcat 4.1.x / Apache 2.0.x / mod_jk2 IP sockets / Linux Tomcat 4.1.x / Apache 2.0.x / mod_jk IP sockets / Linux Tomcat 4.1.x / Apache 2.0.x / mod_jk2 IP sockets / Win2K Tomcat

Tomcat FAQs on Wiki

2003-12-01 Thread Mark Eggers
Folks, I have put some of my documentation on the Tomcat Wiki at: These are sort of bare-bones documents about some ways to connect Tomcat/Apache on Linux, Tomcat/Apache on Windows/2000, and Tomcat/IIS 5 on Windows/2000. Hopefully this

Re: Problem with tomcat, iis and jk2

2003-12-03 Thread Mark Eggers
See the following, among others: /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? Free Pop-Up Blocker - Get it now

Re: Can't get jk2 to work!

2003-12-11 Thread Mark Eggers
JK2 and JK are two different beasts. If you are going to use JK instructions in httpd.conf (which is what you have), then you will need to use mod_jk.dll. Go to here: and select the JK 1.2 binaries to download. If you are going to use JK2, then you

Re: Need Help - Apache 2.0.48 + Tomcat 4.1.29 + Mod_jk2 + Windows 2000 Server ( No IIS)

2003-12-26 Thread Mark Eggers
Check and see if that information helps. /mde/ just my two cents . . . . __ Do you Yahoo!? New Yahoo! Photos - easier uploading and sharing.

Re: MOD_JK2 also Fails aaaggggg@###!!!

2004-01-02 Thread Mark Eggers
George, This has been discussed on the list before. While you can use a vanilla RedHat 9 install, some of the libraries (apr, apr-util) are not quite where the make file thinks they should be. There are several solutions. 1. Build apache 2.0.48 from source. a) Note that on RedHat, the SSL

Re: Really dumb question -- how do I set up Tomcat 5 to run as a service on NT?

2004-01-02 Thread Mark Eggers
Betty, Check the following page: About 3/4 down the page, you should see the following: Tomcat 5.0.16 KEYS * 5.0.16 zip PGP MD5 * 5.0.16 tar.gz PGP MD5 * 5.0.16 exe PGP MD5 * 5.0.16 Deployer zip PGP MD5 * 5.0.16 Deployer tar.gz

Re: tomcat4.1.24 + apache_2.0.47 + connectors-jk2.0.2

2004-01-02 Thread Mark Eggers
John's excellent instructions are written for mod_jk mod_jk2 is different. There are several How-To's available. [link] Tomcat-Apache using JK2 connector from the FAQ page or are two good sources of information. HTH /mde/ just my two

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