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From Gerard Dosaig├╝es <gdosaig...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Redirecting to multiple webapps in same Tomcat
Date Thu, 25 Jun 2015 10:13:29 GMT
Hi Serge,

thanks for your input.
I know I have to use the proxy directives. My problem is that I tried to do
but I didn't found the correct way to achieve the solution, and I'm looking
for somebody that can give me an example of how to do it.

Regards,

Gerard

2015-06-25 11:59 GMT+02:00 Serge Fonville <serge.fonville@gmail.com>:

> Hi Gerard,
>
> I have a tomcat with several webapps, each one accessible by its own
>> context.
>> I must access each one of this webapps from a different domain. For
>> example, I have the following webapps: wbExample1, wbExample2, wbExample3
>>
>> It should be accessible this way:
>>
>> www.example1.com/wbExample1
>> www.example2.com/wbExample2
>> www.example3.com/wbExample3
>>
>> So, the domain defined for each website must also access to an specific
>> webapp.
>>
>> For an extra, I would like to know if [b]www.example1.com/wbExample1[/b]
>> <http://www.example1.com/wbExample1%5B/b%5D> could be accessible with
>> url [b]www.example1.com/contact[/b]
>> <http://www.example1.com/contact%5B/b%5D> without showing the name
>> context of the webapp and showing the text [b]contact or contact.html[/b].
>>
>
> You should look into the proxy directives, that way you can connect
> different services.
>
>
> Kind regards/met vriendelijke groet,
>
> Serge Fonville
>
> http://www.sergefonville.nl
>
> 2015-06-25 11:28 GMT+02:00 Gerard Dosaig├╝es <gdosaigues@gmail.com>:
>
>> I must say that I tried a lot of possibilities but my knowledgment in
>> Apache WS is not too much advanced.
>>
>> Apache Web Server version: 2.2.22
>> OS: Centos 6 64 bits
>> Tomcat version: 7.0.57
>>
>> What I need to achieve is the following:
>> I have some plain websites defined this way:
>> [b]<VirtualHost *:80>
>>         ServerAdmin example1@example1.com
>>         DocumentRoot "/opt/sites/example1/"
>>         ServerName example1.com
>>         ErrorLog logs/example1-error_log
>>         CustomLog logs/example1-access_log common
>>         RedirectMatch permanent ^/(.*) http://www.example1.com/$1
>> </VirtualHost>
>> <VirtualHost *:80>
>>         ServerAdmin example1@example1.com
>>         DocumentRoot "/opt/sites/example1/"
>>         ServerName www.example1.com
>>         ErrorLog logs/example1-error_log
>>         CustomLog logs/example1-access_log common
>> </VirtualHost>[/b]
>>
>> I have a tomcat with several webapps, each one accessible by its own
>> context.
>> I must access each one of this webapps from a different domain. For
>> example, I have the following webapps: wbExample1, wbExample2, wbExample3
>>
>> It should be accessible this way:
>>
>> www.example1.com/wbExample1
>> www.example2.com/wbExample2
>> www.example3.com/wbExample3
>>
>> So, the domain defined for each website must also access to an specific
>> webapp.
>>
>> For an extra, I would like to know if [b]www.example1.com/wbExample1[/b]
>> <http://www.example1.com/wbExample1%5B/b%5D> could be accessible with
>> url [b]www.example1.com/contact[/b]
>> <http://www.example1.com/contact%5B/b%5D> without showing the name
>> context of the webapp and showing the text [b]contact or contact.html[/b].
>>
>> --
>> Ger
>> Learning to Live
>>
>
>


-- 
Ger
Learning to Live

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