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From "Rick Castello" <>
Subject Re: Configuration Setup for Virtual Hosts beside Main Host
Date Mon, 02 Oct 2000 02:54:45 GMT
Hm.  I read a piece of the new and improved FAQ:
(thanks for pointing it out, Kenneth!)

It's very informative *if* you're using Apache + Tomcat.

I am using Tomcat standalone.  No Apache.

Are virtual hosts with completely different fully qualified domain names
still possible, and if so, how? ex. AND



----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Castello" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2000 7:05 PM
Subject: Re: Configuration Setup for Virtual Hosts beside Main Host

> I'm looking for the same information.
> I'm playing with Tomcat on my home server, and have a number
> of different domains I want to point to different places on the box.
> In apache, it was easy to set up virtual hosts, but I'm having
> difficulty achieving the same in Tomcat.
> Help MUCH appreciated.
> Thanks!
> -Rick
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Russell "Elik" Rademacher
> To:
> Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2000 1:57 PM
> Subject: Configuration Setup for Virtual Hosts beside Main Host
>     I know that lot of people will say look though the FAQs and other
> documentations, but it is more clearly geared to standalone single domain
> setup for the Apache/Tomcat Setup.  Under the JServ, it is quite simple to
> setup individual settings for the Servlets Containers for virtual hosts,
> under Tomcat, with the mod_jk, I am lost.
>     It is hard enough trying to go though the web.xml and others and the
> directory setup to figure it out.  It seems sort of okay for the single
> domain setup, but what about the virtual hosts?
>     I want to intregrate it into the Apache Server with the Virtual hosts,
> but lot of people are asking for the JSP and Servlets and I cannot provide
> those unless I get some clear understanding on how to make it work.
>     Let say, I have couple of virtual hosts, and they want the Servlets
> JSP Support enabled.  So... I usually set up a directory called servlet or
> java for them to put their stuff under it.  How do I setup it up so that
> is served in simple basic way regarding with all of those files that is
> provided.  I usually considered myself smart, but with this new change, it
> left me slumped here.
>     I have Tomcat 3.2 running with IBM Java2-13 and it works with the
> examples and such if you are asking if I have it working.  So...the next
> step is this:  How do I setup the individual environments for the Virtual
> Hosts using the mod_jk Module and such, with say, the mount point /java or
> /servlet for example to have them put their JSP and Sevlets under it.
>     I appreciate it if someone actually writes a very clear setup on this
> area from the beginning to the start with real life examples instead of
> complicated example with so much technical details stewed all around.  It
> helpful if it is concise and simple so that we all can start understand
> it works and then work from there up wards to advanced understanding.
>     Thanks guys.  And not yell... Look at the FAQs and such,
> since I already looked and it is not very clear.  I hope people can
> understand that.
> ----------------------------------------------
> Linux Support & Adminstrator
> Russell "Elik" Rademacher
> DelhiNet Web Services, Pvt Ltd.

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