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Recent posts by baden

First off, the latest Comanche release (Apache GUI) isn't really stable
enough to use.
Has anyone got any experience with running Java Web Services Development
Package with an Apache server.
JWSDP is packaged with a version of Tomcat 4 - a VERSION of it. It doesn't
seem to have WARP capability, and some connectors seem to be missing from
it.
I was unable to get this to work with Apache, and have decided to switch
back to the standard release of Apache/Jakarta Tomcat 4.0.
Has anyone else tried using the JWSDP??? I'm setting up a development
server, and figured JWSDP would be nice, since it has some components
already installed, ie SOAP.
JWSDP doesn't create a workers.properties and mod_jk.conf-auto file. Are
there any new tricks to setting up Tomcat 4 with Apache since Tomcat 3.x?
--
setup Tomcat 4 Apache web server
setup Tomcat 4 and Apache web server
setup JWSDP Apache
19 years ago
JSP
From: "zeebar" <zeebar@hotmail.com>
Subject: [??[ Tomcat 4, JWSDP and Apache - setup help please [??]
Date: Saturday, February 02, 2002 8:34 AM
First off, the latest Comanche release (Apache GUI) isn't really stable
enough to use.
Has anyone got any experience with running Java Web Services Development
Package with an Apache server.
JWSDP is packaged with a version of Tomcat 4 - a VERSION of it. It doesn't
seem to have WARP capability, and some connectors seem to be missing from
it.
I was unable to get this to work with Apache, and have decided to switch
back to the standard release of Apache/Jakarta Tomcat 4.0.
Has anyone else tried using the JWSDP??? I'm setting up a development
server, and figured JWSDP would be nice, since it has some components
already installed, ie SOAP.
JWSDP doesn't create a workers.properties and mod_jk.conf-auto file. Are
there any new tricks to setting up Tomcat 4 with Apache since Tomcat 3.x?
--
setup Tomcat 4 Apache web server
setup Tomcat 4 and Apache web server
setup JWSDP Apache
19 years ago
First off, the latest Comanche release (Apache GUI) isn't really stable
enough to use.
Has anyone got any experience with running Java Web Services Development
Package with an Apache server.
JWSDP is packaged with a version of Tomcat 4 - a VERSION of it. It doesn't
seem to have WARP capability, and some connectors seem to be missing from
it.
I was unable to get this to work with Apache, and have decided to switch
back to the standard release of Apache/Jakarta Tomcat 4.0.
Has anyone else tried using the JWSDP??? I'm setting up a development
server, and figured JWSDP would be nice, since it has some components
already installed, ie SOAP.
JWSDP doesn't create a workers.properties and mod_jk.conf-auto file. Are
there any new tricks to setting up Tomcat 4 with Apache since Tomcat 3.x?
--
setup Tomcat 4 Apache web server
setup Tomcat 4 and Apache web server
setup JWSDP Apache
19 years ago