proxy_ajp.load, proxy_balancer, proxy_connect.load, proxy_http.load, proxy.load
AGAIN, I may have activated too many but I will need some of them for things like ruby later. I did not alter any of the information in these files.
Here is the site config I added to the virtual host file:
Where the directory pass through is the same as /webapps/DIRECTORY on Tomcat6
<IfModule mod_proxy.c> ProxyPass /DIRECTORY ajp://localhost:8009/DIRECTORY </IfModule>
Next we had to make some changed to some of the files which might not apply to your application:
In that file we had to make some changes to the read and write:
Note that we put in the application in the home folder of a user and then did an "ln -s" into the TomCat6 webapps folder so that the user could change the files for the application. It needed to write session information to a folder and have permissions.
permission java.io.FilePermission "/FOLDER/APPLICATION/sessions/*", "read, write";
I hope this helps anyone trying to get things going.