Am 13-10-2015 23:36, schrieb Aleksandar Lazic:
Dear Susheel Jalali.

Am 13-10-2015 22:20, schrieb Susheel Jalali:
Dear Aleks,

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Tomcat’s web.xml
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In web.xml, the context parameter is:

    <context-param>
        <param-name>globalScope</param-name>
        <param-value>default</param-value>
    </context-param>

and the filter mapping for the application is:
            <filter-mapping>
<filter-name>Product1Application</filter-name>
                        <url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
            </filter-mapping>

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Tomcat’s config.xml
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<rtmphostlocal></rtmphostlocal>
<httphostlocal></httphostlocal>
<rtmpport>1937</rtmpport>
<rtmpsslport>8443</rtmpsslport>
<useSSL>no</useSSL>
<red5httpport>5081</red5httpport>
<protocol>http</protocol>
<proxyType>none</proxyType>
<currentappname>Product1</currentappname>
<webAppRootKey>Product1</webAppRootKey>
<httpRootKey>/Product1/</httpRootKey>

Sorry but this could not be the full web.xml and server.xml!

Tomcat will not be able to start with this files!

Du you try to proxy the RED5 server?!

https://github.com/Red5/red5-server

If yes what's in your red5.properties ?

https://github.com/Red5/red5-server/blob/master/src/main/server/conf/red5.properties

From my point of view it looks like you need to set the http.* variables to the right values.

https://github.com/Red5/red5-server/blob/3a6885433218ce2070b9064e195fc2ffde031c88/src/main/java/org/red5/server/net/servlet/RedirectHTTPServlet.java#L42

e. g.: https.port=1443 or what you want

BR
Aleks

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