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Sarada Bhasker
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Do I need a c compiler for apacheJserv to work in win 95?
I am not able to figure out why it is not working. Can someone
point me the right direction.
 
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No need for C Compiler for apacheJserv , first check properly jserv.properties and jserv.conf files in conf directory and if they are not configured , configure first .after that start the webserver, look for error accessing using either jserv.log or mod_jserv.log . Let me know where exactly u getting the problem
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Sarada Bhasker
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I think the jserv module itself is not working since errol log file is empty. Do I need to start jserv explicitely?
 
Marcela Blei
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Originally posted by Sarada Bhasker:
I think the jserv module itself is not working since errol log file is empty. Do I need to start jserv explicitely?

Depending on what you have set in the jserv.conf
Look at:
# Whether Apache must start Apache JServ or not (On=Manual Off=Autostart)
# Syntax: ApJServManual [on/off]
# Default: "Off"
ApJServManual on
Note that if you don�t have any error you error.log will not grow but if you access any servlet you will see the access.log growing.
 
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