Installing JSP support on Apache

Posted on 2005-03-07
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Last Modified: 2010-03-04
I've alerady got an Win32 apache server up and running but i want to add JSP support.
I downloaded and installed Tomcat but that seems to be a separate server and that's not what i want. I want the JSP support on my existing install.

How do I do it?
Question by:OliWarner
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Good plan =) I was just hoping it would have got a higher volume in the main webdev section... ah well...
The root sections should be abolished anyway...
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You need to use "mod_jk2" to make apache works together with Tomcat to support JSP,
please read the following quick start guide:
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yup sorry agreed... having a tough job keeping on top of the world at the moment.. sorry for the delay

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