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From Dougie <>
Subject [users@httpd] Redirecting URL
Date Wed, 16 Aug 2006 17:11:29 GMT
Hi all,

     Fairly new to Apache.  Trying to do something pretty simple, but 
have no clue what to do.

     I have a java server (that is using Jetty, internally) on my 
machine. The server name is located on port 9090.  I would have just 
installed Apache on this same machine at port 80.  If I type in the url, 
http://localhost:80, I get the message that the Apache works (a page 
saying It works! is shown).  If I type in the url, 
http://localhost:9090, I get the webpage for my java server... which is 

     I would like it, if I typed in http://localhost:80/, I would be 
redirected to http://localhost:9090.

     How can I do this?

Any help is greatly appreciated

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