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In your setup the FTP connection you're setting up from your webserver to the FTP server is plain FTP (ftp://), not FTP over SSL (FTPS) as per ProxyPass / ftp://IP:990/. Your error message could indicate that the FTPS server in IP:990 is the one declining an unecrypted connection. As far as I know the Apache mod_proxy_ftp module does not support FTPS.
That’s easy to do if you use the NameVirtualHost option in Apache. I have a detailed answer provided for another user over here. The basic concept is you will be creating two different VirtualHost configs for each subdomain. Once you do that you can customize the configuration of both subdomains & achieve the granularity you are looking for. EDIT: ...
Trailing slash must be added to path, it's necessary to handle web socket requests as GET requests (httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/mod/mod_proxy.html#proxypass) something like: ProxyPass /my_app/BasicWebsocketServlet/ ws://1X.X.X.1:8080/my_app/BasicWebsocketServlet/ retry=0 ProxyPassReverse /my_app/BasicWebsocketServlet/ ...
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