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Tomcat Aliases

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Phil Wareham, May 14, 2008.

  1. Phil Wareham

    Phil Wareham New Pleskian

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    Virtual Host/Proxy Change/Alias Question

    Hi there,
    I want to set up one of my domains so that when a user goes to:

    www.mysite.com/example

    They actually link to a tomcat .jsp file at:

    myserver.com:10000/example

    Is this something I have to edit in a vhost.conf file or is there a more simple way of creating an alias? I'm running Plesk 8.x by the way.

    Thanks,
    Phil
     
  2. Phil Wareham

    Phil Wareham New Pleskian

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    Bump. Anyone??!?
     
  3. dave40sc

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    Hi,

    This has been discussed a bit before.
    There is no easy way with the default install without messing up the
    config for other users.

    There is a 3rd party solution from ngasi.com that you may want to try.
    It works for our needs.
     
  4. Phil Wareham

    Phil Wareham New Pleskian

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    Thanks. I see, $199 dollars seems quite a lot to pay just so I can do a vhost change. Can I not edit the Apache file manually or is that going to screw up Plesk?
     
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