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Another way to integrate apache and Jboss

Ifteqar Ahmed
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Hi,

Is there any other way by to integrate apache and jboss apart from mod_jk???

Peter Johnson
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There is APR (Apache Portable Runtime), which is part of JBoss Native. Is that what you are looking for? Or is there some other kind of integration that you are asking about?


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Ifteqar Ahmed
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No Peter,

I wanted to know other method of connecting Apache and JBoss like as we do by using MOD_JK as a connector between apache and jboss.

I mean to pass requests from apache to jboss using a connector
Jaikiran Pai
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There's mod_cluster http://www.jboss.org/mod_cluster

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Ifteqar Ahmed
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Thanks Jai,

That's a good alternative
 
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