Jserv Error 400

Posted on 2000-02-10
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I configured JServ to run with Zeus
Web Server on HP-UX.

Tried accessing the a sample servlet
using the following :

but it gives me the error on the browser:
JServ Error 400
Malformed data sent to JServ

I check the log file generated by JServ
at /tmp/jserv.log and it says :

AJP Protocol Error : java.io.IOException: Stream broken

Can anyone help me solve this ?
Question by:slok
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Accepted Solution

heyhey_ earned 200 total points
ID: 2510904
AJP is the communication protocol between web server and JServ. there are several different AJP versions - check your configuration files to see if Zeus and JServ use the same version.

Author Comment

ID: 2517428
you are right. the problem is because
the version of JServ and Zeus is diff.


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