|title||Replace the apache adaptor with the Snow Leopard one|
mv mod_WebObjects.so mod_WebObjects.so.obsolete
curl -C - -O http://wocommunity.org/documents/tools/mod_WebObjects/Apache2.2/macosx/10.6/mod_WebObjects.so
|title||Configure Apache to use the WebObjects Adaptor|
cp httpd.conf httpd.conf.backup
echo "Include /System/Library/WebObjects/Adaptors/Apache2.2/apache.conf" >> httpd.conf
|title||Install launchd tasks to keep WebObjects running always|
curl -C - -O http://www.greenislandconsulting.com/webobjects/com.apple.webobjects.wotaskd.plist
curl -C - -O http://www.greenislandconsulting.com/webobjects/com.apple.webobjects.womonitor.plist
NOTE: These two plists point to the Apple provided JavaMonitor and wotaskd that are in /System/Library/WebObjects/JavaApplications/.
If you are using the Wonder versions and placed them in /Library/WebObjects/JavaApplications/ then you will need to edit these files.
launchctl load com.apple.webobjects.wotaskd.plist
|title||(Optional) Permanently start the WOMonitor app|
launchctl load com.apple.webobjects.womonitor.plist
If you have problems or further questions try the tips here: Debugging wotaskd and JavaMonitor, if that still doesn't give you the clues you need, ask on the wo-deploy mailing list
Script to help deployment on OS X
I am attaching a deployment script here that could help create a OS X deployment environment. This was created in the time frame of Mojave!