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    I'm thinking about learning JSP. I need to know if apache1.3(windows) can run JSP?

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    Correction:Apache 1.3 can run JSP/Serverlets, download ApacheJServ from http://java.apache.org
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    No, Tomcat, or the older jserv are the servlet containers (that run servlets or jsp), mod_jk, mod_jser, mod_webapp is the module which lets apache communicate with the servlet/jsp engine. Apache is an http server.
    Read www.apache.org
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    Originally posted by pabloj
    No, Tomcat, or the older jserv are the servlet containers (that run servlets or jsp), mod_jk, mod_jser, mod_webapp is the module which lets apache communicate with the servlet/jsp engine. Apache is an http server.
    Read www.apache.org
    erm, i know its a http server
    ApacheJServ is an JSP engine module for Apache but its very outdated
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    Hello,

    so is Tomcat a module for apache to allow it to run JSP? I just want to be able to run the latest version of JSP on apache because I also use apache to run PHP.

    If it is a module, then all I have to do to run JSP is to install the module and configure it right?

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    You have to install tomcat (a jsp/servlet container) then you have to establish a connection between Apache and Tomcat, so that Apache passes jsp/servlets to tomcat (mod_jk, or mod_webapp), after many words read tutorials here or at webmasterbase.com or at jguru (tomcat faq)
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    Thanks!
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    Arrow jsp revisited


    hello there,

    please someone confirm that whether i can set up jsp to work with existing my server environment
    ( = apache+php+mysql+redhat7.2).

    recently i reconfigured apache w/ DSO to accomodate modules, and installed the followings over existing server: jdk, tomcat, mod_webapp, and mm.mysql.jar

    result: jsp works fine but the new system doesn't render php.

    question: is it possible to work jsp and php together under the same apache. If yes, where should i start look into for a solution??

    daniel -
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    Re: jsp revisited


    Originally posted by systemfolder
    hello there,

    please someone confirm that whether i can set up jsp to work with existing my server environment
    ( = apache+php+mysql+redhat7.2).

    recently i reconfigured apache w/ DSO to accomodate modules, and installed the followings over existing server: jdk, tomcat, mod_webapp, and mm.mysql.jar

    result: jsp works fine but the new system doesn't render php.

    question: is it possible to work jsp and php together under the same apache. If yes, where should i start look into for a solution??

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    yup its possible
    go to http://rpms.arvin.dk and get some php rpms (main php 1 and mod_php_to reload php
    then restart apache
    then see
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    Arrow thx


    rverlander, thanks for the cofirm & a link!

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