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cnnetstudio
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The tomcat which is used by myself is Tomcat Version 4.0-m5 ,but there are no the file "tomcat.conf" ,and I want to use tomcat and apache together.How can I do?Is the file "tomcat.conf" needed with Tomcat Version 4.0-m5 ?Is The Tomcat Version 4.0-m5 is enough for web without apache?please tell me ,thank you!
 
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Hai,
Usually the tomcat.conf file is present inside the conf folder.
I'm using tomcat 3.2.1 and it contains the tomcat.conf file.
I guess the tomcat version you rae using is a beta version.
Try installing version 3.2.1
Tomcat is a separate webserver and it is more than sufficient to run your jsp,servlets etc.You do not require apache for it.Tomcat alone will do the work.
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Thank you
The tomcat I used is a beta!so ----,but can you tell me where can I get tomcat.3.2.1?And you'd better tell me the direct url!
In fact I think the tomcat is enough for jsp and others.But I really want to make tomcat and apache together.
 
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http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat
There are 3 versions of tomcat listed - I think it's 3.3 and 3.2 plus the 4.0 Beta. You'll do best with the newest 3.x release.
It's a little more trouble to get Apache and tomcat running together, but they've done a fairly good job on the "how-to" guide. The performance boost you get by having Apache serve the static content is worth it.
 
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