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running jforum in apache

 
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can you run jforum within apache that's also php enabled?

the question is, can u have an apache that has php and servlet support at the same time??
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Well, apache httpd does not support servets, as you may know. So, as long as you use mod_jk to redirect reuqests to Tomcat, it will work.

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