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I have a virtual Apache server on http://someserver:8013/ and I have Tomcat running that server. How do I configure the redirects so that if i do "http://someserver:8013/tomcat/" then I will see the Tomcat's local host page, and "http://someserver:8013/tomcat/_appname" will be the apps deployed on Tomcat.

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I had already solved similar task. See my answer:… – drafael Nov 11 '11 at 10:09

mod_proxy - See

mod_jk can also be used (see, but I believe that most folks are just using mod_proxy now.

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