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Hi, you just do one thing 1) add this line at the end of the conf file..then restart both your machine. u'r apache will start automatically.then you need to start tomcat manually(unless u configured at start up).. by clicking at startup.bat in tomcat/bin. 80 is the port for apache.and 8080 is the default port fort tomcat. i can see two reasons to fail.. i) u might not have stated tomcat server, since u said u'r using 8080 as port.. ii) u might have changed the tomcat default port number to something else(otherthan 8080) in server.xml file.. iii) whenever u modify something in conf file..u need to restart u'r machine, thebn only automatic setting will work.. try out.. let me know if u still face probs.. regads, kishore.
Originally posted by Peng Cedar: How can I joint Apache and Tomcat working together? (On windows2000 professional) Installed: jdk1.3 Apache 1.3.14 Tomcat Everything above run very well. I have add a line in Apache's httpd.conf---
include c:/jakarta-tomcat/conf/tomcat.conf then I start Apache and see: Apache/1.3.14 (Win32) tomcat/1.0 running... But when I want to visit http://127.0.0.1:8080, I failed, Why?
iii) whenever u modify something in conf file..u need to restart u'r machine, hmmm...i din't know this. To the best of my knowledge, even when I changed the port of Tomcat, I don't think I restarted my machine. I stop tomcat before changing the conf file and then restart the tomcat server (no not the machine) after the changes. I think it works that way too. Ahhh! well who knows I use a Microsoft box here. - satya
First, you can get all you need to do re this in the tomcat/doc folder. The *howto* files. Then if you have followed all these steps, you need to starts tomcat first, then start your Apache. This way, tomcat is ready on its designated port (8080 by default) when Apache sends any msgs to it during startup (I don't know if it will, but then I do it that way). Then when both servers are up, you can still directly goto the URL you mentioned. While all I said is generic info, if you could be a little more spcific abt the errors you get, then we could investigate that issue... regds. - satya
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Dear satya, you don't need to restart u'r machine when u change some thing in tomcat.but u need to restart u'r machine when u change the conf file of apache (not tomcat).. tomcat-apache bridge is working fine for me... satya,let me know if i'm wrong.. regds, kishore.
Joined: Jun 03, 2000
but u need to restart u'r machine when u change the conf file of apache (not tomcat).. tomcat-apache bridge is working fine for me... satya,let me know if i'm wrong..
well, I am afraid you are. On my win98 box, I just changed the port on which apache runs from its default 80, to 8001. Then I started apache and on my browser I pointed it to my server using http://myMachineName:8001 and sure enough, I saw the apache home page. So, I don't have to restart my machine. Just re-start your apache server. Oh, BTW the port is in the conf/httpd.conf file, in case you want to try. regds. - satya
Look at the tomcat-apache howto at http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat in the tomcat docs. All cookbook. You DON'T access tomcat via port 8080 if using apache - 8080 is the direct-to-tomcat http port. What you are trying to do is send tomcat-related requests coming in through the apache port (80) to tomcat by telling apache that tomcat is a handler for these types of requests. BTW, I highly recommend you use the ajp3 connector not ajp2. It's MUCH less frustrating to get working right!
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