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Servlet Mapping in Tomact w/ Apache

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PostPosted: Mon 10 Jul '06 11:44    Post subject: Servlet Mapping in Tomact w/ Apache Reply with quote

I can't seem to get my mind around this problem. I am running Tomcat 5.0 w/ Apache 2.2. Everything is working well enough... I can access the Apache server with http://localhost. I can access the tomcat server with http://localhost:1642, with 1642 being the port I set tomcat to listen on. mod_proxy is working well and I have no problem processing .jsp files. So here's the issue...

I'm starting to put servlets into tomcat now. I'm starting with just simple servlets so I can check progress and make sure I understand how tomcat works as much as anything else. Anyway, here's an example of what has me confused....

I have a servlet named CounterCat, which is a simple servlet to test session persistence. I've compiled it and added the package to ROOT\WEB_INF\classes, and I've updated the WEB_INF web.xml file to map the servlet. The mapping is listed below...


Now, when I call the servlet directly from tomcat....


It runs beautifully. What I want to know how I can call this servlet from Apache. http://localhost/countercat generates a 404 error. This makes sense as Apache has no way of knowing what countercat is. I've tried changing the url-pattern to servlet/servletname thinking that the "servlet/" would cause Apache to pass the request on to tomcat, but the 404 is still from Apache. I'm guessing I need to add another rewrite rule to httpd so it sends anything with servlet/ to tomcat, but I really struggle to understand the perl expressions there. Any help would be appreciated.
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