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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: Virtual host configuration with Tomcat
Date Tue, 12 Jun 2007 06:47:38 GMT
Your original post said you wanted to expose applications on  
different IP addresses, which IIUC is different hosts, not different  
vhosts.  AFAIK the only way to have apps on different ip addresses is  
the method outlined in 
applications-on-distinct-ports.html.  What exactly broke when you  
tried that?

IIUC vhosts would be if you had several names mapped to the same IP  
address and wanted to distinguish them.  This is a lot easier than  
different IP addresses.

IIRC there's a simpler way with jetty...

david jencks

On Jun 11, 2007, at 8:32 PM, Brandon Dooley wrote:

> Hey Jeff,
> Thanks for the help guys. My situation is this, I have two  
> applications
> and I can't get them to co-exist on different vhosts, same
> geronimo-1.1.1 tomcat instance. One is a working EAR that contains my
> web-content in a WAR, and my EJB's in a jar. I'd like to get that on a
> tomcat vhost.
> My other application, isn't an application at the moment, because  
> of my
> vhost problem. So for the time, I haven't included the EJBs and have
> only deployed a WAR, which I do have working on a tomcat vhost. But  
> when
> I attempt to add that working WAR into its own EAR, I get an error  
> along
> the lines of no application in the root-context.
> I will include any config files you'd like to see. I appreciate the  
> help.
> Brandon
> Matt Hogstrom wrote:
>> Jeff,
>> I was talking with Sniped on IRC and he is looking for a  
>> configuration
>> that will allow for multiple Vhosts with Tomcat.  I can't find the
>> last one I had and I was hoping you can help out.  Sniped, can you
>> fill in a few more details in this thread ?
>> Cheers.
>> !DSPAM:466e0c1c109513810966309!

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