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I have an Apache Server, in which my website running. But there are some JSP pages in my website. I have to forward my JSP pages and servlet to Tomcat.

How can I make that possible?

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What you need is to use mod_proxy_ajp for your purpose.

 (Internet)---[Apache]---ajp---[Tomcat]---(JSP)

There are many examples on how to do this and most Linux distributions would come with some standard configuration files to help you get started.

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can you give me some explanation, I have wamp 5, tomcat 6.0. I am using window OS. – Arman Oct 5 '10 at 7:15

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