I am running Apache Tomcat as a Windows Service under Windows 7.
It is configured to run as connector using mod_jk.
Hence I cannot use the "standard" Tomcat installer, since it ignore the mod_jk settings.
I assume my question is basic, but I'm a beginner to configure a server, and I'm quite lost
I successed to install tomcat, then apache, then mod_jk to link both together.
Tomcat works under 8443, Apache under 80.
Apache redirect requests to Tomcat when I write the Url www.mysite.com/Test
Problem : It changes the url to https://www.mysite.com:8443/Test
I assume I need the https, but I would like th
I have Tomcat 7 set up to work with mod_jk and AJP. I'm wondering if, on the Tomcat side, I can log the mod_jk outgoing port with the Tomcat request handler thread in order to track end-to-end network traffic.
I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 Box with IIS 7.5 and Apache Tomcat 5.5. JSP traffic is routed from IIS to Tomcat via the AJP Connector version 1.3. This connector uses an isapi filter in IIS to identify the traffic to route to Tomcat.
I want to setup HTTPS for just the Tomcat portion, but it doesn't seem that simple, given the configuration above.