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From Aria Bamdad <>
Subject Apache & Tomcat Virtual Host question
Date Wed, 05 Oct 2005 17:25:38 GMT

Sorry if this has been asked before but I can't find any such example..

I have Apache talking to Tomcat and everything works fine.

My situation is as follows:

I am using Apache VirtualHost directive to set different document roots
depending on the PORT number the request comes in.  So, I am not really
interested in the host name part of the URL, I am more interested in
the port number.

I have 3 different document roots depending on the port.  One for port 80
http requests, one for port 443 https requests and another for port 88 http.
Each document root has it's set of subdirectories.  The subdirectories
contain static and jsp content and you **CAN** have the same directory
name under each of the three different document roots.

For example:  I can have  /www/port80/project1  and  /www/port443/project1
but they contain different information.

How do I configure Apache and Tomcat so that when Apache receives a
request on a specific port, it will pass that along to Tomcat, AND,
how do I configure Tomcat so that it servs the correct 'project1'
application under the correct document root?

Thanks inadvance.


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