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I have installed in my linux server an Apache HTTP server (the main) and a Tomcat7 server. I want that all requests that are made for projects hosted in Tomcat to be redirected by the Apache HTTP respectively. I didn't do that until now, so have anyone some thoughts and suggestions on this? Thanks.

P.S. I read something about mod_jk, mod_proxy, mod_jserv. What is the best choice for my scenario?


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To use mod_proxy, put this in your <VirtualHost>:

ProxyPass /project-one
ProxyPassReverse /project-one
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