2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2008 2:43 PM by Rodrigo Martinez Heredia

    mod_jk in Jboss

    Rodrigo Martinez Heredia Newbie

      Hi, I received a suggestion about using mod_jk to make Virtual Host in order to make that JBOSS responds with a domain name, like
      http://rocky.webpage/webapp, right now is still with
      http://localhost:8080/webapp.
      I found out that mod_jk is a between Apache and Tomcat but then how Jboss uses this mod_jk thing???, because All I have found is in Tomcat, but inside Jboss where can I add this configuration....

      Thanks by the Way :D

        • 1. Re: mod_jk in Jboss
          Rodrigo Martinez Heredia Newbie

          Hey I guessed I understood something about mod_jk, this has to be in Apache, and Apache will forward the requests to the JBOSS/Tomcat server ok I got that, but there is somethin I found about the downloading of the connectors....

          Section of the Configuration

          Step #2: Download mod_jk 1.2.x
          Download the latest package available from Tomcats's 'Download Tomcat connector section' page . Always download the latest stable release if possible.
          Rename the lib mod_jk.so and drop it in APACHE_HOME/modules directory.


          In this url: http://tomcat.apache.org/download-connectors.cgi I downloaded the 1.2.26 of the tomcat connectors, inside this zip file there is the folder apache2-0 I found two mod_jk files , the mod_jk.c and mod_jk.dsp, accordin to the instruction I must rename the lib mod_jk.so, and drop it to the Apache Modules , but which one o which of them I have to move in order to this works?? I hope I am cleared with my question and thanks by the way

          • 2. Re: mod_jk in Jboss
            Rodrigo Martinez Heredia Newbie

            Never Mind I just found out, thanks for watching :D