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Apache with Tomcat integration Passing Authenticated values

 
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I have an java servlet application which is running fine in Apache-Jrun setup. recently, i have migrated it from jrun to tomcat. i have launced the application in apache-tomcat setup. The problem i faced was i am using basic authentication in apache side and passing REMOTE_USER value to tomcat using mod_jk. when i launched the application it pops up the authenication window and when i supply the values it accepts and launches the application with null pointer exception. but when i refresh the page it is launching the application without any exception. Can anyone help me in this ?

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Daulatkhan
 
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