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Subject Re: Virtual host configuration with Tomcat
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
I will settle for a vhost as apposed to a different IP if I can get the EAR running on that
vhost. Do you have any config's I can reference? Thanks, 


On Mon, 11 Jun 2007 23:47:38 -0700, David Jencks <> wrote:
> 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...
> thanks
> 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.
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