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Any people success in using Apache 2 + tomcat 4 under Win (or WinXP)?

 
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I setup 2 days and still can't get it work.
Using webapp module.so and copy libapr.dll to tomcat/modules and windows/system and windows/system32
in apache conf,
I write:
LoadModule webapp_module modules/mod_webapp.so
#AddModule mod_webapp.c
WebAppConnection conn warp localhost:8008
WebAppDeploy examples conn /examples

When startup apache2, it said "Apache HTTP Server error, must be closed", it seems it's libapr.dll, I don't know, have any success in doing this?Thanks
 
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The problems is clearly Apache or the connector. Maybe you ask on their website? Tomcat-standalone runs without any problems on my xp.

Although: There are guys who swear they have IBM VAJ running on XP and on mine it simply does not install.
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Now I've downgrade to Apache 1.3 and it works. I give it up..
 
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