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How to install and configurate Apache and Tomcat?

 
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Hello,
i've problems to install Apache and Tomcat (4.0) on my pc.
First, i havent really found a good guide or something like this. Everything i read and tried don't work.
What i want is following :
i've a directory c:\myserver\
with a cgi-bin, source, images, appletts, servlett and a jsp subdirectory.
What i've had to do that apache "like" the jsp files in my jsp subdirectory?
What's about mime-types?
What i've to do with the httpd.conf?
What's about the server.xml?
What i've to install, and how i install it?
I am a newbe with that , so i haven't really knowledge about all.
Please i really need help!!!
MfG
Lars
 
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If your new to Apache, Tomcat and J2EE then you need to step back and take things in stride. Your trying too many things at once and are just going to get confused and frustrated.
First, learn more about J2EE. Once you understand the rules for a servlet container (like Tomcat) then you'll understand limitations, features, etc. Next, install Tomcat and get the example jsp's working, try an example of your own. Then install apache and finally configure the two to communicate.
Hope this helps,
 
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Hi,
i'm not really new to Apache, i know a little bit basic of Apache, but not more (how to set the documentroot, add type handler, etc.).
My problems begann wenn i'm trying to integrate Tomcat in Apache. I never found a really good manual for that, the most i found seams to be for professionals or experts.
I also not find good links for information about JSEE and Tomcat till now.
Most of the stuff from Sun or Apache.org are for people who now much more about webserver as i do (but thats simple ).
Do you have some links, where i found information that's easy to understand?
MfG
Lars
 
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If somebody has problems integrating Tomcat 4.0.3 with Apache 2.0.35 with mod_jk, please have a look at http://www.acg-gmbh.de/mod_jk , where you can find a binary mod_jk for the combination given above.
But please, don't expect too much documentation, there is in fact lots of them to find on the internet...
Hope it helps
Detlev
 
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Hi,
is there a other possibility of an jsp-Server which run with Apache (Netscape, IIS etc.) ?
greetx
Lars
 
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