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apache - jboss integration

Maalti Iyer
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Joined: Jul 11, 2001
Posts: 52
Hello everyone,

I'm new to jboss world. I need to integrate jboss with apache webserver.
My question here is - does jboss (mod_jk2) work well with Apache 1.3.17.
Because, after configuring apache and jboss when I access the application thru internet explorer- I'm getting internal server.
The apache and jbosss (3.2.5) are running on two diff red hat linux boxes.
My jboss is ssl enabled - I can access my application like (https://65.192.185.86:8443/amexpcr). It runs fine. But how to make the apache worka for me. I'm kinda stuck here.

Here's my workers2.properties

#g file, replace APACHE_HOME by your Apache installation directory
[shm]
file=$APACHE_HOME/logs/mod_jk2.log
size=1048576

# Example socket channel, override port and host.
[channel.socket:uschiaxdw01:8009]
info=Ajp13 forwarding over socket
debug=5
tomcatId=172.31.152.86:8009
port=8009
host=172.31.152.86
disabled=0


# define the worker
[ajp13:172.31.152.86:8009]
channel=channel.socket:172.31.152.86:8009

# Uri mapping
# The JBoss JMX Console
[uri:/jmx-console/*]

#g file, replace APACHE_HOME by your Apache installation directory
[shm]


#AMEXPCR application
[uri:/amexpcr/*]
worker=ajp13:uschiaxdw01:8009



Thank you for your help.
maalti.
 
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