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Tomcat and Apache on Fedora problems

Hi

I configured Tomcat on Apache with mod_jk2 and the system(running on Fedora Core 2) is working fine. When i give http://localhost:8080 Tomcat home page is coming. Whne i give the IP address also home page is coming. When i give localhost/examples i can see the files also. My problem is whne i try to access the same on adifferent system on the network by using the IP address i couldnt see the home page but whne give ip address/examples i can see the examples page. How can i access the home page also from any machine on the local network. Also i copied some files to the webapps directory and when given  localhost/dir name i couldnt see any thing on my system also. In this matter i have to give the port as 8080 to see the result. Also i cant see the result by any way on other systems on the network.

Please give a solution for my problem.

Thanx in advance
Ramesh
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rameshbharadwaj
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blklineCommented:
You have to tell Apache what URIs it should pass to Tomcat and which it should process itself.

This can be  done in the workers2.properties file.  If you look at the contents of your existing file, you'll see:

# Map the Tomcat examples webapp to the Web server uri space
[uri:/examples/*]
group=lb


To add one of your own, (say your webapp is called mywebapp), then add:

# Map mywebapp
[uri:/mywebapp/*]
group=lb

You didn't specify which version of Tomcat and Apache, so if you can't then please define how you set up your software and we can go from there.
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