The SSL connection is working for every page on the Apache server except these served to Tomcat. Tomcat works well on http connection.
- mod_jk to connect them
- self-signed certificate
What is working
If I try to connect to tomcat through http everything is OK. Every page which is specified in the JkMount directive is forward to Tomcat and all the others pages are Apache's responsibility. I have two virtual hosts - one for port 80 and one for 443. The working configuration for 80 is:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName ******* JkMount /cas ajp13_worker JkMount /cas/* ajp13_worker </VirtualHost>
What is my problem
When I try to use https with similar vhost configuration for port 443 - there is an entry in the apache logs:
File does not exist: ****/apache2/htdocs/cas
The settings for vhost on port 443:
<VirtualHost ****:443> ServerName ******* JkMount /cas ajp13_worker JkMount /cas/* ajp13_worker </VirtualHost>
In the httpd.conf the section for mod_jk is:
JkWorkersFile ****/tomcat-7.0.23/conf/workers.properties JkLogFile ****/apache2/logs/mod_jk.log JkLogLevel info JkLogStampFormat "[%a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y] " (I've read that I need the following lines ... ) JkExtractSSL On JkHTTPSIndicator HTTPS JkSESSIONIndicator SSL_SESSION_ID JkCIPHERIndicator SSL_CIPHER JkCERTSIndicator SSL_CLIENT_CERT
In httpd-ssl.conf I've specified the certificate paths ... https is working correctly for all pages except the Tomcat ones.
DocumentRoot is specified in httpd.conf.
What is controlling whether the Apache is searching in DocumentRoot dir or forwarding the requests to Tomcat? What am I doing wrong?
Thank you :)