RE: apache question [255819:132349]

2005-10-07 Thread RTE - Meridian Club
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 From: peter thesing [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Received: 10/7/2005 5:38 PM
 To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
 Subject: apache question

 Hi All.
 
 Perhaps has this question answered in previous mails but i could not 
 find it. I would like to put this question to the list...
 At home i have 2 webservers running . the one of my partner (iis) on 
 port 80 and mine at port 8000. I would like to continue with Apache2 
 because it supports php. perl and so on and i have build my website 
 around it. What i want to do is to include java server applets using 
 jakarta tomcat but without disabling Apache2.
 
 Can this be done and if so how?
 
 What additional configuration needs to be done to let's say httpd.conf
 Thanks in advance
 
 Peter
 
 ps
 
 since apache has no means, that i can discover, to answer  this 
 technical question perhaps someone on the list can direct me to the 
 proper way
 Thanks
 ;P
 
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Re: apache question [255819:132349]

2005-10-07 Thread Lyndon Tiu
Google is your friend.

also, to get you started:

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/connectors-doc/index.html

On Fri, 7 Oct 2005 17:39:34  0100 tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org wrote:
  -Original Message-
  From: peter thesing [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Received: 10/7/2005 5:38 PM
  To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
  Subject: apache question
 
  Hi All.
 
  Perhaps has this question answered in previous mails but i could not
  find it. I would like to put this question to the list...
  At home i have 2 webservers running . the one of my partner (iis) on
  port 80 and mine at port 8000. I would like to continue with Apache2
  because it supports php. perl and so on and i have build my website
  around it. What i want to do is to include java server applets using
  jakarta tomcat but without disabling Apache2.
 
  Can this be done and if so how?
 
  What additional configuration needs to be done to let's say httpd.conf
  Thanks in advance
 
  Peter
 
  ps
 
  since apache has no means, that i can discover, to answer  this
  technical question perhaps someone on the list can direct me to the
  proper way
  Thanks
  ;P
 
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RE: apache question

2005-10-07 Thread F.O. Bossert
Yoo,

Use mod_jk to send request through apache to tomcat, see tomcat page for
more info
Or study the server.xml file.

Greetings O.

-Original Message-
From: peter thesing [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: 07 October 2005 18:37
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: apache question


Hi All.

Perhaps has this question answered in previous mails but i could not
find it. I would like to put this question to the list...
At home i have 2 webservers running . the one of my partner (iis) on
port 80 and mine at port 8000. I would like to continue with Apache2
because it supports php. perl and so on and i have build my website
around it. What i want to do is to include java server applets using
jakarta tomcat but without disabling Apache2.

Can this be done and if so how?

What additional configuration needs to be done to let's say httpd.conf
Thanks in advance

Peter

ps

since apache has no means, that i can discover, to answer  this
technical question perhaps someone on the list can direct me to the
proper way
Thanks
;P

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