Java Server Pages
Andy W Clements
awc at candhsoftware.com
Thu Dec 29 16:43:23 PST 2005
That is correct... and you can use mod_jk to connect them.
that page contains the download and the instructions
On Thu, 2005-12-29 at 22:24 +0000, Soo-Hyun Choi wrote:
> So what you mean is that I need to install Tomcat alongside Apache? Is
> this correct?
> On 12/29/05, Jon Brisbin <jon.brisbin at npcinternational.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, 2005-12-29 at 20:38 +0000, Soo-Hyun Choi wrote:
> > > hi,
> > >
> > > apart from apache, what sort of things do i need to get JSP (java
> > > server pages) working? (maybe, do i need to manually install tomcat on
> > > top of apache?)
> > It doesn't actually work that way. You install Tomcat, Jetty, JBoss,
> > Resin, or Enhydra (the top choices for JSP/Servlet containers)
> > *alongside* Tomcat. You then either access the Tomcat server on it's own
> > port (http://your-server:8080) or you install mod_jk in Apache and map
> > certain URLs or patterns to your servlet container.
> > We use JBoss, but if you're just looking to do plain JSP, you can get a
> > tar-gz'd archive of tomcat and unzip it onto your BSD box. It's not
> > necessary to install it from ports.
> > Jetty and Resin seem like faster application servers, but I've had more
> > trouble getting them configured than I have Tomcat. Maybe that's because
> > I started with Tomcat back in the JServ days and am just more familiar
> > with it.
> > Good luck.
> > Jon Brisbin
> > Webmaster
> > NPC International, Inc.
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