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When running on Linux I know how to connect Tomcat to Apache. But how is it done when running Windows and IIS?

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i've done this in the past using the apache mod-jk project. It is a .dll used by IIS that when configured properly, allows IIS to communicate with tomcat and serve jsps.

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@Robert Munteanu: hi, I've already set up isapi_redirect.dll, but I'm really stuck here as I don't know how to map a Tomcat deployed application (http://localhost:8080/my_app) to another address which accepts requests on port 80 (e.g. http://my_app.local), but serves a deployed Tomcat-app. Can you help me in this:… ? I would be really grateful if you could suggest methods to solve the problem described there. Thanks! – Sk8erPeter Nov 26 '11 at 16:19

Have a look at this from the Tomcat how-to pages.

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