Thanks for that; I have Tomcat 4.0 running but I'll install 3.3 with mod_jk,
it seems to be more of a standard.
From: pb [mailto:pb at cutehoor.com]
Sent: 23 October 2001 22:06
To: Robert Gallagher
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Tomcat
Robert Gallagher on 23-10-01 19:49:
> I'm just setting up Tomcat here on a Slackware 8.0 box. It's installed an
> running fine however the default port it accepts requests on is 8080
> (http://10.1.0.1:8080); is it possible to set up Tomcat it will accept
> requests for servlets without having to go through port 8080? ie
If you're just messing around you can edit server.xml in the conf dir to
specify port 80 and get tomcat to serve http on port 80. Normal way is to
use mod_jk (or shiny new mod_webapp if using tomcat 4 + apache) to get
tomcat to handle the servlets, and your web server to handle the rest.
Plenty of docs on jakarta.apache.org
> I remember hearing about some kind of mod_jsp for apache which would
> obviously be much better.
mod_jk is the standard way Apache talks to java things. ajp12 is protocol
version 1.2, ajp13 is 1.3 etc
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