Apache Week
   
   Issue 240, 30th March 2001:  

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Featured articles

In this section we highlight some of the articles on the web that are of interest to Apache users.

This week, it's Apache and Tomcat again as Robert Eksten shows us how to set up Tomcat as an Apache add-on using mod_jk instead of mod_jserv. It is relatively simple as it only installs prebuilt components and the steps do not involve compiling source code.

In PHP DevCenter, Darrell Brogdon looks at security issues relating to PHP when running PHP as either an Apache module or a CGI binary, and the ways to remedy them. Meanwhile for PHP newbies, "Variable Manipulation and Output" presents the various methods to manipulate and access PHP variables within PHP scripts.

The Developer Shed provides an introduction to XML, XSL and Cocoon. The latter is a subproject of Apache XML Project. This tutorial covers the installation and configuration of Tomcat and Cocoon to serve XML pages, and the creation of DTD, XML and XSL files. The result is a document that can be viewed using a HTML or WAP browser or as a pdf file.


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