add the codes to resin.conf? will it then point to tomcat? require to add
anything to tomcat... server.xml?
Scott Ferguson wrote:
> On Oct 12, 2006, at 7:10 PM, tllcll wrote:
>> is there anyway for me configure without having the laster version of
>> resin.... the other application is plan to run on tomcat/apache
> Oh, you're trying to run Resin and Tomcat at the same time? That's a
> little strange.
> For Resin, if you want to configure a virtual host, just add/change
> the following:
> <resin ...>
> <host id="www.abc111.com">
> You can copy the configuration from the default <host> block. Or
> just share common information in a <host-default>.
> In other words, it should be simple to create a virtual host using
> The aaa would do in /var/abc111/webapps/aaa
> -- Scott
>> Scott Ferguson wrote:
>>> On Oct 12, 2006, at 6:37 PM, tllcll wrote:
>>>> Hi, I have installed apache/tomcat and import the war file. I have
>>>> tried to run using localhost:8081, it is working... My server have
>>>> another web server runnning on port 8080 with address eg..
>>>> www.abc111.com. (this will go to the index page of that web app)
>>>> What do I need to set to make it able to display/run the webpage
>>>> from address eg... www.abc.com111.com/aaa?
>>> You're making a terrible mistake.
>>> Go to http://www.caucho.com/download and download the latest version
>>> of Resin (3.0.21). (Or if you're brave, download Resin-3_1-
>>> You'll either want to run Resin with its own internal web server, or
>>> if you want a two-tier server, use Resin as the web server and
>>> another instance of Resin as the app server. (The two tier Resin
>>> system will be easier to configure in Resin 3.1.0).
>>> -- Scott
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