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Default Need help in connecting apache 2.0 with tomcat 4.1

I am using Apache2.0 and Tomcat 4.1.30 connected with the mod_jk on redhat linux9.0, but jsp pages are not being compiled. They are returned in basic HTML format. It seems that Apache is using Tomcat as just another location for files.I tried in different ways by using different connectors.But still, i could'nt get it.Has anyone done this successfully, plz help in this. Thanks in advance
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It seems jk and jk2 docs are very sparse and incorrect.
Personally i "connected" them by using apache (mod_proxy module) as reverse proxy for tomcat: that means for instance that apache2 is on 80 and tomcat on 8080 and for each rev proxy directive pair (check out apache site) that can occur in any vhost directive, the tomcat is forwarded with that http req, while the client still sees what he wrote not the real content serving server with :8080 and real path..
Also lets you manage the servers independantly and perhaps on diff machines..but that is not your concern right now, i know:)
Let me know of your progress!

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