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mod_plsql with tomcat

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Hi!

I got a novice question regarding Tomcat!

We have a server with Tomcat installed.

- Is it possible to use MOD_PLSQL through tomcat or do we have to install apache as well???

rgs
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samri earned 400 total points
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Jan,

I would believe that the module is intended to be used with Apache since mod_psql is originally written for Oracle HTTP server (Apache derivatives).  It should be compatible with Apache 1.3.x.

You might have seen this page;
http://www.orafaq.com/faqmodpl.htm

I do not have much experience with Tomcat, and I doubt the modules (mod_psql) would be available (or might be difficult to get it to work) for Tomcat.  Again, this is my personal opinion.

Regards,
Samri
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What seems to be wrong with my comments.  A "C" grade must be accompanied with some explanation.

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Please, if anything that I could do to further elaborate on you Question, rather than ending up the thread -- final with C.  It's not the grade that matters, it just that a bad grade without explanation is worst than the grade itself.

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by:gotjali
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Hi samri!

Something must had slippt my mind. Your answer was an A-grade answer. It wasn't my intention to give you an C.
I apologize for this and hope that this could be repaired!

rgs
Jan
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by:samri
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Jan,

No prob.

Well, it's not the grade that really matters.  I'm just quite shocked that it got graded so fast.  

Anyhow, did the link helps?  We are a bunch of regular guys who happens to find EE a place to get help, and offer help in return.

cheers.

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by:samri
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Jan,

No prob.

Well, it's not the grade that really matters.  I'm just quite shocked that it got graded so fast.  

Anyhow, did the link helps?  We are a bunch of regular guys who happens to find EE a place to get help, and offer help in return.

cheers.

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by:samri
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Jan

apology on the repeated post.

You can request in Community Support (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/) if you feels like requesting the grade change.

Thanks again for your concern.

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apology on the repeated post.

You can request in Community Support (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/) if you feels like requesting the grade change.

Thanks again for your concern.

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Grade changed as requested

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by:gotjali
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I'm glad that everything is solved!
We took the easy solution, so we installed Apache.

rgs
Jan
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