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I have multiple sites (different domain names) being hosted through an apache server. All of the sites have one servlet each mapped to the '/' url pattern(default handling). I am done configuring the first one through apache-tomcat by setting the root content handler.
How do I configure the second one. I will add it to the apache httpd.conf using virtual host, but how do I make the servlet a default handler for tomcat, since the servlet for the first website is already registered in the root-context.
Let me know your suggestions.
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suggestions???
 
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I've only done this sort of thing in a Tomcat-only environment..
 
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