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On Oct 9, 2007, at 11:12:46, Nigel Kersten wrote:
On Oct 9, 2007, at 6:36 AM, webmaster wrote:
I have a ColdFusion engine that I would like to implement and I
have examined several servlet tutorials but they all require the
scripts to be placed in the Tomcat document root and this defeats
virtual hosts if I have to define the script locations in Tomcat
as well as apache.
I don't have time to work on a complete solution for you, but
here's a hint in case you hadn't come across it.
The correct solution is to implement mod_proxy with a Tomcat
virtual host that maps to an Apache virtual host. That way you're
only defining the script locations once.
All implementation that I have found using mod_proxy or mod_jk_proxy
require a Tomcat virtual host for every apache virtual host that you
wish to implement and this is not an option for any real deployable
If Tomcat is to be used as a viable solution it must meet the
following criteria, configured for localhost with an arbitrary
document root, no CF scripts will ever reside in this document root,
it is used as a CF script handler and serves no other usable purpose.
The more I examine this configuration requirement the more I realize
that Tomcat isn't capable of it.
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