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I've set up a slack 9.1 box here at the uni where i work, i've configured apache 2, tomcat 4, and mod_jk. It's working ok, and i've added entries into httpd.conf that allow me to use the tomcat examples without using the :8080 on my url. This says to me that mod_jk is working fine. I've a few questions thought.
Here's what i added to httpd.conf, so ya'll can see what i'm whittering on about:
i've added 3 folders under the webapps/ROOT/ folder of tomcat, ade, hm305891, and cp921406. You can see where i've added alias's , they work great, it's the JkMount statements i'm after more info on. Take this one for example :
JkMount /ade/*.jsp worker1
Does this mean that any jsp file that is under ade or any subdir under ade will be passed through to tomcat. Could someone explain a little how JkMount works. I've stubled through it so far, with successfull results, but i'm confused. Is there a way that i could just say, any jsp file under ROOT no matter what subdir would be forwarded to tomcat?
I thought JkMount /*.jsp worker1 would do it, but it seems only to work in the ROOT folder and not in subdirs.
The reason i ask is in the coming months i'll be adding possibly hundreds of accounts for our students, and i don't want to have to add in a JkMount for every student dir i create. There has to be an easier way.
Did you figure this out. Just wondering, I think I've seen before where you could put /* and it would effect everything under it.
I would also like to know what documentation or where you got documentation that helped you set up Apache and Tomcat. I can't get it to work. I'm running Fedora Core 1, with the latest Apache, and Tomcat 5. I think I'm close, I just don't know what I'm missing. I've even tried the developer edition of JRun 4 from Macromedia. I'm seeing some wierd things go on with files.