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Configuring Apache 2 & Tomcat 5.0.28

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I want to try to configure Tomcat with Apache on a WinXP platform so i did following steps:
- i installed JDK1.5
- i installed Tomcat 5.0.28 (port 8080) (directory: C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.0)
- i tested the working of Tomcat via http://localhost:8080/ (it worked)
- i installed Apache 2 (port 80) (directory: C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2)
- i tested the working of Tomcat via http://localhost/ (it worked)
- i downloaded JK2 and placed the mod_jk2.so under %APACHE2_HOME%\modules
- i added to the httpd.conf in the direcory %APACHE2_HOME%\conf
- i made a worker2.properties file and placed it in the direcory %APACHE2_HOME%\conf
content of this file:

- i started the tomcat and then the apache
- i tried following url: http://localhost/struts-examples and i got the webpage, so conclusion: tomcat and apache succesfully configured (or not?)

But now i want to access this struts-app from another pc as mine. So what i have to do? I do have a router and i enabled a virtual host on port 80 on the LAN ip adress of my pc
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