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Windows Server 2008 R2 Running Railo/Tomcat

Brandon Pin
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Joined: May 24, 2012
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I'm having some troubles with this configuration. I've successfully configured IIS7 to point to Tomcat/Railo, however, all calls are being sent directly to the tomcat/ROOT directory, rather than inetpub/wwwroot. Which is what both websites are currently configured for. It appears this is configured in the server.xml file for tomcat, however, whenever I add a host entry e.g..
HOST ENTRY TEMPLATE:
<Host name="[ENTER DOMAIN NAME]" appBase="webapps">
<Context path="" docBase="[ENTER SYSTEM PATH]" />
<Alias>[ENTER DOMAIN ALIAS]</Alias>
</Host>
Tomcat freezes on restart. I have IIS running two websites and both point to the exact same index.cfm file in the Tomcat/ROOT directory. I need both websites to point to their own index.cfm within their own inetpub/wwwroot directories. This is bad! How do I correct this problem? Any assistance is appreciated.
 
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