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RE: [tlug] Tomcat and Cocoon 2.9

oops forgot the most imporant thing in my httpd/error_log file I get this
which is probably the problem

[Wed Jun 26 09:18:42 2002] [error] Cannot remove module mod_jk.c: not found
in module list I have tried several versions of mod_jk and still I get this
error.  If I comment out the load mod_jk then I don't get this error.

-----Original Message-----
From: James Cluff []
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 1:51 PM
Subject: RE: [tlug] Tomcat and Cocoon 2.9

I didn't want to give details if no one was running Tomcat, thank you.

I am running

Sedhat 7.2
Tomcat 4.0.4 Beta 2

I think those are the main ingreadients.

I assume you have Tomcat running on port 8080 like I do.  I can access
Tomcat by typing in
or going directly to my Cocoon app by typing

I would like to be able to for example access the system like this without
:8080 while still bing able to access static
pages or non java servlet pages like php from apache by typing something

I acutally had it running once on a previous installation similar to this
only not using SSL, but can't seem to get it to work this time.  I am trying
to use mod_jk.  I can't figure out why I can't get it to work if there is
something in my or mod_jk.conf that needs adjusted or

I realize that this is complicated and it may be totally different with
tomcat versions you have installed, but if you have any ideas or experience
that you have had in the past with this kind of problem it would be helpful.
I have read I think all the online documentation and still no luck.

Really I think there may be two seperate issues, one getting apache to
forward servlets to port 8080, the other to get Tomcat to support SSL.

From the documentation, this shouldn't be a big deal, but I am missing
something.  When you installed Tomcat did you have it running with Apache
like this?


-----Original Message-----
From: Josh Glover []
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: [tlug] Tomcat and Cocoon 2.9

James Cluff wrote:
> Is anyone in the group besides me using Tomcat or Cocoon by chance?  I
> had some config problems to get them to seemlesly play well with Apache.
> am trying to make it so Apache is providing ssl, delivering PHP and static
> content while Tomcat is invisibly delivering JSP, XML based documents and
> some dynamic HTML and mysql/xml/FOP driven dynamic PDF documents.

I have setup a bunch of Tomcat / Apache instances for our developers, so
I might be of some help if you are more specific.

Josh Glover <>

Associate Systems Administrator

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