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>Marc Slemko wrote:
>> On Thu, 26 Jun 2003, Henri Gomez wrote:
>> By describing the problems, I'm hoping that someone who does have the
>> time right now can actually make one of the multitude of Apache --> tomcat
>> connectors into something production quality without gaping security,
>> performance, and stability issues.  If not, then it will have to wait
>> until I am at a point in my day job where we need to be deploying our
>> applications and they need to actually work right and I'll worry about
>> it then.
>> Oh, for whoever is trying to actually make mod_jk work right... you may
>> be able to do a "SetHandler jakarta-servlet" inside a Files section
>> in a Directory section, not sure if it supports it properly or not, although
>> that doesn't let you specify a specific worker.

>Nice whine ;-)

>If you someday choose to dedicate the same kind of effort on 
>contributing to TC, I would be very happy (a a lot of people would be 
>very grateful too) :)


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