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Old 07-22-2004, 02:00 AM   #1
srikz
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tomcat 5 implimentation on apache httpd server


i have an apache httpd webserver running on redhat 9 system, which hosts the company's web server.
i have an apache tomcat 5 installed in the same server which runs on port 8080. it runs fine but every time i have to give http:xyz:8080/xyz/email to view my java mail server which is done is jsp.

so i wanted to configure my apcache httpd server by giving the entries in httpd.conf as follows:

ProxyPass /email http://localhost:8080/xyz/email/
ProxyPassReverse /email http://localhost:8080/xyz/email/

so that it can run by just typing http://xyz/email

the problem is it gets the index.jsp but with out any images and functionalities. it doesnt even enable me to log in.

so please help me to configure tomcat 8080 to run on my port 80 with the help of the existing apache httpd server
 
  


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