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Default tomcat 5: which mod_jk version is appropriate

I read in the book "Professional Apache Tomcat5" the following (page 234):

JK supports Tomcat 3,4 + Jserv.
JK2 supports Tomcat 3,4,5.
As I understand JK is on Apache side implemented by means of the
mod_jk1.2.x module and JK2 by means of the mod_jk2 module.

From another source I got the information that mod_jk1.2.x also supports Tomcat5.
I'm just wondering why mod_jk1.2.x should not work together with Tomcat5, because mod_jk1.2.x uses AJP 1.3 for communication, which
the Tomcat5 CoyoteConnector JK2 should understand.

Could anyone give me a recommendation which mod_jk should be used,
when the following is in use:
Apache 1.3,
Tomcat 4 and Tomcat 5

Thanx for any help in advance.


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