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From "nathan phillips" <natha...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat and Apache default context
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
I have and any other permutation I can think of.  Thanks though.


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Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 11:33:01 -0600
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Try mapping the "ROOT" (webapps/Root) context with a virtual host
RS





"nathan phillips" <nathanpp@hotmail.com> on 02/19/2002 11:01:44 AM

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Subject:  Tomcat and Apache default context

I've been trying to get multiple virtual host working the way I want with
my
Tomcat4.0.1/Apache1.3 configuration for too long and seem to be at a loss.

I am unable to map an application as a default root to my virtual host.  In

essence I want to be able to access my application by using
www.virtualhost.com and not www.virtualhost.com/examples.  Yet no
configuration that I try in my server.xml or httpd.conf has allowed me to
do
that.  Of course I can get this to work in Tomcat standalone but not
bundled
with Apache.  If anyone has this working, I'd really appreciate a copy of
your httpd.conf and server.xml files.  I'm affraid that I'm missing
something by only using the little code snippets as examples.  Thanks for
your help.



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