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How to install Tomcat on NT?

Posted on 2001-06-27
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I downloaded isapi_redirect.dll, jk_nt_service.exe,
jni_connect.dll, and mod_jk.dll from Tomcat homepage,
but I cannot find any installation docs. Is there anyone can help me to install and configure this Tomcat
servlet server?

Thanks,
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Question by:zhlu
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by:Antonio_99
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If you do this step by step it should work on first try... hopefully :)

http://jakarta.apache.org:8080/jyve-faq/Turbine/screen/DisplayQuestionAnswer/action/SetAll/project_id/2/faq_id/12/topic_id/102/question_id/693


hope that helps


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by:Antonio_99
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sorry i clicked on answer by mistake.. didn't mean to lock the question

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by:Antonio_99
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Did that help at all?
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by:zhlu
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Not much. That article doesn't tell me how to configure the server of both Tomcat and Apache with Tomcat 3.2.
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by:Antonio_99
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still don't get what you are tryin to configure?... You mean when you start apache... then tomcat. All you want is to enter the servlets/examples and it will hit Tomcat by going through Apache? Or are you trying to set up your own directory structure?
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by:zhlu
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I got error: Stream broken
when I run: http://localhost:8040/...
Why? How to fix?
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by:zhlu
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by:zhlu
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by:Antonio_99
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when you do http://localhost what comes up? Apache?
When you do http://localhost:8080 what comes up? Tomcat/Apache?
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by:zhlu
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Yes. Apache just doesn't talk to Tomcat. So
http://localhost:8040/examples/servlet/HelloWorldExample failed
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by:Antonio_99
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on the last line of your apache http.conf did you add:

include X:/servers/tomcat/conf/tomcat-apache.conf

or whatever your path is?


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by:Antonio_99
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and after you do that you must start tomcat before you start Apache..
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by:zhlu
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Yes, I did all these.
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Antonio_99 earned 5 total points
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you try
http://localhost/examples/servlet/HelloWorldExample?
if localhost comes up as apache and localhost:8080 is tomcat then if you start tomcat then Apache and type in:

http://localhost/examples/servlet/HelloWorldExample

then Tomcat should come up
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