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comment HOWTO run Wordpress site along with Tomcat web aplication on the same server
I was missing the renaming of my war file, to match the context & then updating the context in the ajp:// path. Thanks for helping along! Appreciate it.
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answered HOWTO run Wordpress site along with Tomcat web aplication on the same server
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comment HOWTO run Wordpress site along with Tomcat web aplication on the same server
@lain I tried using mod_proxy_ajp, but it seems that only the HTML is being returned, but all the static assets within it are not getting loaded & returning 404. Here is the vhosts file I have gist.github.com/tankchintan/d8e94f9c0ed983f689cc The path of those static assets uses the original address which is port 80.
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comment HOWTO run Wordpress site along with Tomcat web aplication on the same server
Ok, @lain I will check it out. Thanks!
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comment HOWTO run Wordpress site along with Tomcat web aplication on the same server
@LinuxDevOps If I use different port, then how to make sure that the port number does not show up in the URL? Subdomain looks like a good solution, but then will I have to buy SSL certificates for both main & sub-domain?
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comment Best practices for keeping a portion of website under https & under http for the rest
Right. I think it would be best to not go for splitting up https & http responses because of the inherent complexities in doing that. The site is supposed to be small in scope which further adds to leaning towards providing response through only https.
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comment Best practices for keeping a portion of website under https & under http for the rest
Thanks daveadmas for the answer. I had forgotten about asking this question, earlier I just checked in stackoverflow.com for my prev. asked question, did not do the same for here.
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