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DevShed: Slapping Together A JSP Development Environment
"... go ahead and install Apache - the default installation location of C:\PROGRAM FILES\APACHE GROUP\APACHE\ is fine - and modify the configuration file "httpd.conf" in case you need to customize its operation. You should test that the server is running by starting it up and pointing your browser to http://localhost/ ..."
"... In order to get Apache and Tomcat working together, you need to load the JServ Apache module. Under Windows, this module is currently named "ApacheModuleJServ.dll", and you need to place it in the C:\PROGRAM FILES\APACHE GROUP\APACHE\MODULES\ directory. Next, open up your "httpd.conf" file, and add the following line to the "DSO Support" section: This tutorial guides you through the process of getting Apache, JServ and Tomcat configured, alerts you to some of the problems you're likely to encounter, and briefly discusses Tomcat contexts and JSP-mySQL connections.
LoadModule jserv_module modules/ApacheModuleJServ.dll"