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From Sean T Allen <s...@ardismg.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Please help, How to redirect
Date Thu, 20 Jan 2005 15:34:38 GMT
You can also use mod_proxy to proxy the connection over...


Kalluru Uma. Maheswar wrote:

>Hi,
>Our Linux server is running Apache Http Server with Tomcat. If a user
>types http://myserver.com/test.jsp, then the request if forwarded to
>Tomcat and Tomcat handles the processing of JSP file without change in
>port number in the URL.
>
>But now I have got a struts application and if I type
>http://myserver.com/test.do then I get 404 File not found error, this is
>because apache is trying to look for test.do file in root directory. How
>can I configure apache to redirect *.do to Tomcat without changing the
>port number?
>
>e.g. http://myserver.com:8080/test.do works as this is running directly
>on Tomcat but I do not want to display the port number 8080, Please help
>me configure.
>
>Thanks
>Uma
>
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