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Parked domains and JSP

Steve Wood
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Joined: Jan 08, 2003
Posts: 137
Hi,
I'm pretty new to JSP, and I have a problem with my parked domains and Tomcat. Basically, I've been told that tomcat does not deal very well with more than one domain and I need to write a servlet which will deal with the problem for me.
Question is: How do I write a JSP or servlet that will redirect users to the main domain if they type in a parked domain?
e.g. www.informavores.com -> www.informavores.us
As it stands now, if I type in www.informavores.com (the parked domain), I get 'Apache Tomcat/4.0.3 - HTTP Status 404 - /index.jsp', but if I type in www.informavores.us, I get my page as expected. They both point to the same place.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Cheers,
Steve
Jason Menard
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