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Setting Document Root for SSL in Jboss

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I have a war file called books.war containing folders booksecure, booksweb,WEB-INF.

booksecure in turn contains a folder called cart. I have deployed this application on jboss 5.0.1 server.

booksweb contains codebase related to website and booksecure/cart folder contains code base related to inventory shopping cart.

As i needed to run shoppingcart on secure mode i configured SSL to run on port 443 and website code to run on port 80.

Configuring SSL was successfull and fine. But while accessing the cart i had the problem.

on accessing http://localhost/books directed me to index.jsp available in books.war. this is fine

But i have a requirement to run the cart by linking to URL https://localhost/cart instead of https://localhost/booksecure/cart

Is it possible to set the document root of all my secure applications to booksecure folder?

so that the booksecure folder from URL is masked and hence only https://localhost/cart is shown to the end user.

Please let me know how can this be done in jboss server. I have tried setting document root in iplanet web server and was successfull with above requirement.

Please suggest.
Prakash Kumar M
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any help..

please let me know
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