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Is there an analagous directive in Apache2 for AddModule
boywondr

10+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 94 posted 5:27 pm on Jan 8, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hello!

I'm not actually a webmaster but as of late have found myself in this role. I'm trying to deploy a webapp created using the TDK in a production environment. So I'm setting up Tomcat 4.0 with Apache2 using mod_jk. I immediately ran into a problem because the directions for the installation of this module say to use the LoadModule and AddModule directives. The instructions are supposed to cover both 1.3 and 2.0 but in my quest for answers I found that AddModule doesnt exist for 2.0. Further research seems to indicate that the AddModule directive is unnecessary however my webapp is not being deployed correctly. I dont really believe this is the problem but it is the only glaring difference btw what I did and the directions.

So my questions are:

1) Am I correct to believe the AddModule is unnecessary?
2) and if not, what replaced AddModule?

My Apache installation was configured to enable DSO's.

Thanks

 

hakre

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Msg#: 94 posted 2:20 am on Jan 9, 2003 (gmt 0)

with LoadModule you can tell apache to load any DSO module. that are the .so files.

i think that's all you've got to do. AddModule doesn't even exist anymore.

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