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Not Showing :8080, using Tomcat over Apache how?

 
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Cordial Greetings:

I want to set my forum for local net, wrrting in (my station o my pc) http://192.168.0.97/JSPForum/
and Not
http://192.168.0.97:8080/JSPForum
I'm using SuSE Linux 10.1
Apache Settings
My configurations Files
workers.properties


workers.tomcat_home=/usr/local/tomcat/
workers.java_home=$JAVA_HOME
ps=/
worker.list=default
worker.default.port=8009
worker.default.host=localhost
worker.default.type=ajp13
worker.default.lbfactor=1



httpd.conf

JkWorkersFile "conf/workers.properties"
JkLogFile "logs/mod_jk.log"
JkLogLevel warn
JkMount /JSPForum default
JkMount /JSPForum/* default

JkMount /*.jsp default



What I need to do?
What is my first page? index.jsp?

How to change this in index.htm or __index.redirect?


http://192.168.0.97:8080/JSPForum/forums/list.page

[originally posted on jforum.net by joseluisbz]
 
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Configuring Apache HHTPD with Tomcat can be confusing the first time. It's best to try to break it down into sections.

First, get your application running under Tomcat via TC's HTTP service (e.g., the port 8080 URLs).

FYI, the error you're getting indicates a DB configuration problem. You may need to double check your jforum-custom.conf file settings.

OK, once it's running, you need to verify that your Tomcat config is set up correctly for AJP connections. The server.xml config file should have a "Connector" element with a protocol="AJP/1.3" defined on it.

If needed, restart Tomcat to make sure changes are being used.

Next, in the HTTPD config, you need to make sure that the jk_module mod is loaded via a "LoadModule jk_module modules/modjk.so" statement. (And that the mod library is available.

Then you need to add the Jk* statements (you're look fine), into the HTTPD config file(s). Note that if you have virtual servers defined, you may need to do this inside the virtual server definitions.

That should get you started. If you want a fancier setup, there is a Tomcat "Listener" class org.apache.jk.config.ApacheConfig that can be used to automatically create a set of Jk* HTTPD statements when TC starts. This will have all web applications included in it and can be "Included" into your HTTPD.conf file.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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there is other extension related with the JForum, like .page that i need to declarate or include?
For my Web aplication (foro), for no use http://192.168.0.97:8080/JSPForum
http://192.168.0.97/JSPForum/

jforum-custom.conf


#Installation specific configuration options
#Mon Jul 09 00:27:23 COT 2007
i18n.board.default=en_US
forum.link=http\://192.168.0.97\:8080/JSPForum/
#forum.link=http\://192.168.0.97/JSPForum/


database.support.autokeys=true
database.driver.name=mysql
database.connection.pool.timeout=5000
database.connection.dbname=JSPMySQL
installed=true
database.support.subqueries=true
dao.driver=net.jforum.dao.mysql.MysqlDataAccessDriver
#homepage.link=http\://192.168.0.97\:8080
homepage.link=http\://192.168.0.97


mysql.unicode=
database.connection.pool.min=5
database.connection.password=,mypass
database.connection.pool.max=10
user.hash.sequence=2b9daa88b3f0bb4a3418990231b29475
database.connection.username=joseluisbz
dbencoding=utf-8
database.connection.port=3306
dbunicode=true
database.connection.implementation=net.jforum.PooledConnection
database.connection.host=192.168.0.97
database.connection.driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
database.connection.string=jdbc\:mysql\://${database.connection.host}\:${database.connection.port}/${database.connection.dbname}?user\=${database.connection.username}&password\=${database.connection.password}&autoReconnect\=true${mysql.unicode}${mysql.encoding}&useNewIO\=false&zeroDateTimeBehavior\=convertToNull&useServerPrepStmts\=false&dumpQueriesOnException\=true&jdbcCompliantTruncation\=false
mysql.encoding=




In server.xml

<Connector port="8009"
enableLookups="false" redirectPort="8443" protocol="AJP/1.3" />



in httpd.conf

LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk-1.2.21-apache-2.2.x-linux-i686.so



Please Help me with that
[originally posted on jforum.net by joseluisbz]
 
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