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Apache and Tomcat 4.1 configuration....

 
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Hello guys, i have used Tomcat as a stand-alone and for a new project i need to configure Apache / Tomcat, where Apache acts as a proxy server.
I will like to fully know :
1.what are the responsibility of each web server in the set-up
2.how is the configuration done.
3.what version of Apache is compactible with Tomcat 4.1
All ideas and references will be appreciated. Cheers.
[ September 19, 2003: Message edited by: Gabriel Fox ]
 
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Hi,
1. Apache will sever html pages and while Tomcat will serve jsps and dyanamic content.
2. JK connector is used for making a connection between Apache and Tomcat.
3. Apache 2.x and 1.
A lot of resources is available at the official web site
http://jakarta.apache.org
 
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