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Old 10-02-2003, 02:59 AM   #1
sarathmohan
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New Web Applications to Apache-Tomcat Web


I have successfully installed Apache 2.0 +Tomcat 4.1.27 Linux Redhat 7.2

By default I could access all jsps in the examples web-app.

How can I add a new virtual host that should be accessed thru Apache.

Host settings are correct in Tomcat. I could access thru 8080 port.

I have two web sites running on two IPs

I created two corresponding virtual hosts.

I tried changing workers2.properties as follows

# statedemocracy.com > Tomcat

#Uri mapping : myfirstsite.com
[uri:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80/*.jsp]
worker=ajp13:localhost:8009

when I access index.jsp Apache just sends html content and all jsp code.
That means the worker is not set propely.. Apache doesn't jsp request to Tomcat.

Please tell me where I went wrong..

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