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Hi,

I have installed tomcat 4.1.31 and using apache 2.0, but can't seem to
access the tomcat manager application. Clearly there is some kind of
mapping missing between apache and the tomcat application.so what the following steps should i follow

regards
taqi
 
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Hi
If you mean co-existance of apache HTTPd and Tomcat in one server which
Apache operate as a front and Tomcat just serve Some special Urls or Port redirection then you may look at :

http://tom.ing.unibo.it/pebble/2005/01/20/1106228330827.html
and also
http://www.asiaosc.org/article_243.html

hope it helps
 
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