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How do make the tomcat as the plugin of apache?

 
Stephen Lee
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I know that how to use tomcat as the web server. However, how can the tomcat act as the plugin of apache which acts as the web server? Where can I find the documentation?
Moroever, what is the advantage of using tomcat to be the plugin compared to that to be the web server?
Thanks!
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Adam Hardy
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That's exactly the question that I just asked, although you seem to have formulated it better.
There's no reply to my question yet either, so I'll just delete it.
 
Nigel Browne
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How can the tomcat act as the plugin of apache which acts as the web server? Where can I find the documentation?


Here this will answer all your questions. The main reason for the integration is that nothing beats Apache for speed of delivery when it comes to static content.
Hope this helps
[ March 12, 2002: Message edited by: Nigel Browne ]
 
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Sometimes you may find that the reason a question doesn't get answered is because we're fatigued from having answered it 18 times already. This week.
It's never a bad idea to use the "Search" facility - even if you don't get the answer, sometimes you might come up with a better way to ask the question.
 
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That wasn't meant as a criticism, although I suppose I was wondering whether I'd get an answer. And normally I do search tfa - don't know why I didn't this time.
Another question to this theme (which didn't show up in the archives!):
I am pretty definite Tomcat 4.0.1 is serializing my session objects when I shut it down and re-populating the session when I restart it. Is this possible or am I going mad?
 
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