Unfortunately I can't help with your question. However we are having trouble getting iPlanet 6.1 and Jboss 4.0.2 to connect properly. Do you have any info about getting this working?
I don't know what level of difficulties your having so I'll give you a brief synopsis of what we had to do:
- Download the jakarta-tomcat-connectors source and build the nsapi_redirector.so for Solaris (netscape in the source). We use 1.2.8.
- Edit the magnus.conf and obj.conf to have iplanet load and map to the redirector.
- Create a workers.properties file describing the workers and how they connect to tomcat (jboss).
If you have followed these steps already, maybe you could give me a little more detail on the issues you are having and I could offer more helpful information.
I work with Andy and am trying to pick this piece of work up.
(A bit of background info)I am a systems architect and provide installation, configuration etc support to the development team, I have plenty of experience with iPlanet but I/we have very little expereince of compiling in C. Which is the bit I'm struggling with.
I've got jboss 4.0.3 up and running which the development team are now working with. I have set up the iP. web server and I thought I'd got the compile to work.
I have unpacked the 1.2.13 version of the connectors source into the default dir, found what I thought is the correct file "./jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.13-src/jk/native/netscape/jk_nsapi_plugin.c" and run the following
/usr/ccs/lib/cpp ./jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.13-src/jk/native/netscape/jk_nsapi_plugin.c nsapi_redirector.so.
This produced a file called nsapi_redirector.so.
However when I tried to restart the web server with the redirect file it all went belly up?
I'm assuming the 'compiled file' is not right?
I'm sorry if this is a bit long winded and probably in the wrong forum, please feel free to move it
There is quite a bit more to building the redirector than what you have here. You should look at the Makefile.solaris in jk/native/netscape.