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Re: Using Tomcat for Subversion instead of Apache?

From: <kai.nacke_at_redstar.de>
Date: 2003-01-30 20:59:41 CET


 Is it possible and has anyone tried to use Tomcat (4.1 or 5.0 alpha) as the
 server for Subversion (instead of Apache)?

You should integrate Tomcat with Apache, using the JK2 connector and the
Apache module mod_jk. Then Apache will handle all HTTP request (including
WebDAV/Subversion) and communicate with Tomcat for JSPs and servlets. A good
starting point may be

(Please don't ask for configuration details - the last time I configured
Apache with Tomcat I used the (now) obsolete mod_jserv module.)


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