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I am using mod_proxy connector for apache-tomcat integration. I have added the following two lines -
ProxyPass / http://ps2047:8080/
ProxyPassReverse / http://ps2047:8080/

in httpd.conf and enabled mod_proxy module. Now all the pages served on tomcat's port 8080 works pretty fine and is mapped to 80 at apache end. But many pages are under security-constraint and they got served on port 8443 on client end also. I want all the response coming from 8443 to 443 at apache.

Brief description of the problem again:
port redirection between 80 <�> 8080 is working fine. But when it comes to SSL, the redirection is working like 80->8443->8443 instead of 80 -> 8443 -> 8443

Any help/pointerrs are welcome
 
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