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Integrating Weblogic8.1 with Apache2.0

 
Venkata Sirish
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Hi,
I have integrated Apache2.0 web server with Weblogic 8.1.

My application is deployed on Weblogic server.

But when i access my application through web server, the scripts, css are not loaded so the pages are not loaded properly. Also as the javascripts are not loaded front-end elements are not loaded on the page.

I think i have failed to integrate the two servers completely.

Any suggestion for this problem is highly honored. Please respond me at the earliest as iam in need of it urgently..

Thanks in advance
 
Kalai Selvi
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Could you give the specifics of how you integrated Apache and weblogic. I recently did for apache 2.0 and weblogic 10.3/
It works perfect. May be I could help you if you tell me exactly how you integrated..

I followed this link http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E13222_01/wls/docs100/plugins/apache.html

Hope this helps!
Kalai
 
Venkata Sirish
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Thanks kalai for responding.

Here is the process i followed.

1) I have downloaded & installed Apache HTTP Server 2.0 from http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi#apache20.
2) I copied mod_wl128_20.so, mod_wl_20.so files from weblogic to apache modules folder.
3) I added the following code at the end of httpd.conf file of Apache2.0




4) In the same httpd.conf file, i have changed the Server port. Thats all.

One interesting thing that i observed is the pages is loaded perfectly fine in IE (8), but in firefox(3.5) they are not loading properly.
I think i have missed some other important configuration. Please help me.
 
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