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How to Configure Apache HTTp Server with Tomcat

 
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Hi

I have installed Apache HTTP server at 80 port and installed Tomcat 5.5 at 8080 port.
Deployed my JSP web app in Tomcat able to access at http://localhost:8080/TestApp/.
But i want to know indetailed what are all the configurations i need make in Apchee and Tomcat if i want to access my application at http://localhost/

Thanks,
Kalyan CB
 
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You can always change the port number in server.xml to listen it to 80 instead of 8080 and then setting the context of application in your web.xml file accordingly
 
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Kalyan Cb wrote:I have installed Apache HTTP server at 80 port and installed Tomcat 5.5 at 8080 port.
Deployed my JSP web app in Tomcat able to access at http://localhost:8080/TestApp/.
But i want to know indetailed what are all the configurations i need make in Apchee and Tomcat if i want to access my application at http://localhost/



few options, details here:
http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/FAQ/Connectors

mod_jk is mature, stable and extremely flexible..
It is under active development by members of the Tomcat community.

mod_proxy. A cheap way to proxy without the hassles of configuring JK.
If you don't need some of the features of jk - this is a very simple alternative.
http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-5.5-doc/proxy-howto.html#Apache_2.0_Proxy_Support

good luck!
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