It does not matter which geronimo version you are using.
You should install apache httpd server to find the httpd.conf
Oh I forgot we are using Geronimo version 2.1
I try to have the posting have sense but it seems that the directory
structure is different from v1.1 to v2.1
i cant find the indicated file httpd.conf where all the changes should be
Shawn Jiang wrote:
> I'm not sure if geronimo support the context root alias. but you
> definitely can use Apache http server to archive this:
> See the example here:
> The example demonstrates how to map 8080 port request to 80 port. But you
> can redirect myapp,myApp,app request to MyApp in the same way.
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 3:31 AM, tomgutz <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi, im a complete newbie on using geronimo i would really appreciate it
>> someone can answer my question or at least point me to the right
>> My problem is having multiple context-root use the same war file or
>> application, at least this is how i undestand it from developers point of
>> But from the user side or the one accessing the web application i just
>> wanted the following urls to resolve to the same web application without
>> throwing a 404 page not found. ie
>> //original deploy directory for the application
>> A http://localhost:8080/MyApp
>> //the following should resolve to url A as well
>> B http://localhost:8080/myapp
>> C http://localhost:8080/myApp
>> D http://localhost:8080/app
>> any inputs are appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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