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I'm setting up a Mac OS X Server (10.5) machine, and that will include setting up Tomcat. The machine will be the host for at least two different domain names -- let's say and -- each of which will need to be hooked up to a different servlet. In other words, HTTP requests to should get routed to the myappexample servlet, and HTTP requests to should get routed to the myappanotherexample servlet.

How do I do this?

(I noticed the "Enable Tomcat" checkbox in Server Admin/Web/Settings/General, but it's not clear what this magical button will do, nor if that button will help me solve the problem I have.)

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