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JSP and Servlets on apache

 
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Hi,

I need to know everything about running JSP and Servlets on Apache

This is NOT apache tomcat. This is the apache server (widely used to run PHP)

I need to know
How to configure apache for JSP/Servlets?
How to run it?
Where should my JSP pages go?
Where should my Servlets go?

Thank You

Sameera
 
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You can't configure Apache to run servlets and JSPs. It's not a servlet container.

You can run both Apache and Tomcat and configure Apache to serve what it knows, and to delegate servlets and JSPs to Tomcat.

See previous topics in this forum on that topic.
[ August 07, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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