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From "AMELIN Franck" <franck.ame...@proval.fr>
Subject RE: Redirecting on different port
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2003 12:18:32 GMT
The better way to do this is to use virtualhosting and url rewriting with
apache httpd.

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De : 	Honza Spurný [mailto:spurny@master.cz]
Envoyé :	mardi 7 octobre 2003 13:58
À :	Tomcat Maillisting
Objet :	Redirecting on different port

Hi there,

I have defined SSL connection on my machine on 8888 port and I want Tomcat
to redirect all other request on this port. I've tried to change the
redirectPort attribute in server.xml, but it didn't help.

Could you help me?

Is it also possible to have this setting:
2 different  web roots for two different port-sets. For port 8888 I would
like to define completele different web content than for other ports (such
80, 8080 and so on). Is it possible? How?

Thanks.
Sporak


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