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From "Allen Beacon" <al...@manino.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat
Date Fri, 26 Nov 2004 06:07:13 GMT

I have the connector installed but I still need to type :8080 in order to
access the applet pages
> http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/connectors-doc/jk2/index.html
>
> BTJ
>
> Allen Beacon wrote:
>> Sorry Quinton I should reply to the list,
>> as I told you that could do it.however, I was looking for something like
>> using a virtual server so my users can use htlm pages from Apache2 and
>> servlets from Tomcat and I donĀ“t want to show in the url :8080
>>
>>  I was looking for something like using a virtual server so
>> depending of the url the use they will use static html pages from
>> apache2
>> or servlets from Tomcat.
>>
>>
>>>On Friday 26 November 2004 07:02, allen@manino.com wrote:
>>>
>>>>Hi there,
>>>>I would like to access my pages created with applets in Tomcat by
>>>> typing
>>>>the host in the URL and not having to add the default port for Tomcat
>>>>(:8080). I have Apache2 and the apache2-jakarta-tomcat connectors
>>>>installed.
>>>
>>>I created a index.html with a meta-tag in it that automatically
>>> redirects
>>>the
>>>browser to the tomcat port.
>>>
>>>I needed to keep my Apache for other purposes and changing the default
>>>connector of Tomcat to Port 80 was not an option.
>>>
>>>Here is my code:
>>>
>>><html>
>>>	<head>
>>>		<meta http-equiv="refresh"
>>>content="1;URL=http://your.server.site:8080/">
>>>	</head>
>>>	<body>
>>>	</body>
>>></html>
>>>
>>>Q
>>>--
>>>Quinton Delpeche
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>>>
>>
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