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How to couple Apache 2 and Websphere 6.1

 
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Hi All,

I am trying to integrate Apache (2.0.63) web server with WebSphere application server(6.1.0.17) [note that my app server is the one which is bundled in RAD 7].

1] I executed WebSphere plugin setup. It modified httpd.conf file adding below entries,

2] It also created plugin-cfg.xml file as follows,

3] My plug-in setup concluded without any errors. After setup finsihed, I copied configureApache2.bat from profile root directory to websphere root directory. And then I executed the script.

4] Finally I started both servers, but when I hit URL Apache is unable to identify it. I dont know what am I missing. I observer that in plugin-cfg.xml there is no URL mapping, so am I supposed to enter it manually?

Here is the document that I followed: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wasinfo/v6r1/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.websphere.base.doc/info/aes/ae/tins_road_plugins.html [Local Installation Scenario]

Please help me in making this work!

Regards,
Ajay
 
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Ajay,

You need to distribute the applications to your web server, this is done at deployment time or configurig the application changing its target, then you regenerate the plugin-cfg.xml file and propagate it to your web server

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Hello Marcelo,

Thanks for reply. Could you please give me detailed steps that I need to follow?

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Ajay
 
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