We have a single Windows server running Apache and Tomcat with mod_jk enabled. The Tomcat app runs perfectly fine as does the separate PHP app (under Apache). We installed a commercial SSL cert under Apache and created a directive in the httpd-ssl.conf file. All this works fine.
If we browse directly to https://www.domain.com/app/foo/bar it works fine, so we know the certificate is working. Our problem is that we want certain pages (JSP pages specifically) to load up under https. We tried putting .htaccess files in the proper folders (where we think the servlets are living) and that doesn't do anything, presumably since Tomcat is not serving the pages, Apache is (is that the correct thinking?). So, we are confused as to where we are supposed to configure the rules (?) to force https for certain JSP pages and not others. Presumably Apache should be handling this, but since the .htaccess file is not working, what other option is there?