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I am trying to configure Tomcat Manager on 2 domains.

I am accessing the Tomcat Host Manager using the IP address of the server.

Now, once I have added the 2 domains via Host Manager, I am trying to access the Tomcat manager app for each domain(so that I can deploy apps to each domain). However I am getting Http 404 error for both domains' manager apps.

Is there something I am missing here? How do I enable Tomcat Manager so that I can access it using the domain names ie

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Did you read Is DNS working correctly on your client and on the host, i.e. do both hostnames resolve correctly to the server's IP address? – fuero Feb 18 '13 at 18:21
@fuero I removed the mapping from Host manager, and in my domain registrar I added A records mapping the 2 domains with the IP address of the server-- now I am able to open both the domains-> manager apps... but does that mean that I can deploy apps to both domains separately? thanks.... – Arvind Feb 19 '13 at 8:31
@Arvind I know this is old, but did you find a solution? – TekiusFanatikus Apr 2 '14 at 12:30

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