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Wilson Aitan
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Joined: Aug 07, 2001
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Guys,
I already install PHP, modssl, apache & Tomcat (with JSDK2) but when I make script in JSP and try to run that ... it cant work ? I think that I have problem in Tomcat (with JSDK2) installation. Can anybody help me or give me guide how to install that ? are there anything that I miss ? I already put Include tomcat.conf to httpd.conf.
Please guide, Thanks.
Regards,
Wilson
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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Not without a lot more info. Run the checklist on the tomcat-apache howto. Make sure tomcat's up and running and responding to requests on http://localhost:8080. Make sure you have the ajp3 or ajp2 service directives in your http.conf file (or a file included by it). I recommend ajp3 over 2 - much less frustrating. Don't forget that you have to alias things BOTH in apache AND tomcat - the first screens for tomcat eligibility, the second resolves from virtual to real directory contexts.


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