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Hi,

I have an asp application running on Windows with the address www.abc.com. I have a java application running on Oracle Application Server on Linux. I want the requests to this application to be www.abc.com/xyz. How to achieve this scenario? If it is the case of Tomcat, we have ISAPI redirector. Can we use the same concept here as Tomcat is embedded in the application server.

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Visu Nekk
 
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