mod_proxy_ajp question

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mod_proxy_ajp question

Postby SteveOfLA » 24. February 2012 00:41

As kindof a newbie to Apache internals, I have a question about connectors. I followed some cookbook instructions on adding Tomcat and the mod_jk connector to an older version of xampp that didn't come with a preinstalled tomcat.

My questions:

Is the mod_proxy_ajp a replacement for mod_jk?

If mod_proxy_ajp is a replacement, are there instructions for configuring it?

If not, are there instructions for adding mod_jk to this version of Xampp?

I'm running 32 bit windows and adding OpenBD under Tomcat. I can get to Openbd, but some strange things are happening. For example, when I click on the Admin button for Tomcat from the Xampp Control Panel, my first page of OpenBD comes up.

Thanks in advance,

Steve
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Re: mod_proxy_ajp question

Postby hackattack142 » 24. February 2012 23:17

The apache documentation is usually a good place to start: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_proxy_ajp.html

mod_jk does not appear to be a base Apache module (not included by default).

All the 'Admin' button does is open up http://localhost:8080 so my guess is somewhere along the line you pointed it there.
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Re: mod_proxy_ajp question

Postby SteveOfLA » 24. February 2012 23:51

I'm sorry, I should have explained that I just downloaded the Xampp 1.7.7 with mod_proxy_ajp. So the real question is: Do I still need to add in the mod_jk connector?
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Re: mod_proxy_ajp question

Postby hackattack142 » 25. February 2012 00:17

I have never done what you are trying to do so I do not have a good answer for you. I would say try it and see if it works.

If you do need mod_jk, you can obtain the Apache2.2 version of it here: http://www.apache.org/dist/tomcat/tomca ... s/windows/
It looks like this provides guidance on configuring it as well as setting it up in Apache: http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc ... howto.html
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Re: mod_proxy_ajp question

Postby SteveOfLA » 29. February 2012 18:41

It turns out that I don't need mod_jk. I did have to do a clean install to test it again, but I've got apache, tomcat, and openbd all returning pages. Thank you.

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