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Default RedHat 9, Apache, Tomcat, mod_jk

Need help getting these apps to work together.

I've got Apache and Tomcat connected with the mod_jk, 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'm fustrated and annoyed, I've spent well over a month on this and still no luck. Has anyone done this successfully that could tell me the steps.

Jeremy Foster
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