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From Anthony Milbourne <>
Subject Url Mapping with mod_jk
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 13:57:46 GMT

I know this question was asked in Feb but it didn't seem to get a full reply
back then - so I'm asking again.

I have one instanve of Apache 1.3 talking over mod_jk to one instance of
Tomcat 4.0.4.  Apache has 2 virtualhosts set up for the 2 webapps deployed
on Tomcat.  Both virtualhosts need to have the webapps mapped to the root

Currently I am using directives like:

JkMount /app1/*.jsp ajp13

but this mounts the webapp under the /app1 url.  I can't make app1 the
Tomcat root app as this would also need to be done for app2.  With
mod_webapp you can mount a given webapp under a given URL - but I haven't
seen anything like this for mod_jk.  Is it possible with mod_jk or do I have
to kludge it with an apache alias ?



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