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From "Caldarale, Charles R" <Chuck.Caldar...@unisys.com>
Subject RE: multiple truststores
Date Fri, 16 Oct 2009 17:41:05 GMT
> From: tomcat@ehome.hu [mailto:tomcat@ehome.hu]
> Subject: multiple truststores
> 
> People getting a connection through port 443 should only be able to
> use "Web Application 1".
> People getting a connection through port 444 should only be able to
> use "Web Application 2".
> How can i configure this?

A <Connector> handles requests for a <Service>/<Engine> combination; if
you have multiple <Connector> elements inside a given <Service>, requests via
either can target any of the webapps handled by all <Host>s in the <Engine>. 
So, you won't need two Tomcats, but you would need two <Service> elements to strictly
segregate the requests on different ports.

Alternatively, you could use a filter or valve inside the <Context> for each webapp
to reject requests that arrive on the wrong port for that webapp; this would be much simpler
than having multiple <Service> elements.

 - Chuck


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