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Top Forums Web Development Apache redirecting Post 302303181 by wjones on Thursday 2nd of April 2009 04:45:33 AM
Old 04-02-2009
Apache redirecting

Dear All

I need to redirect requests coming in on a second domain, to a page within an existing web site.

So basicly

http:\\webtest should be redirected to http:\\ustnd5\ukt\newsroom\newsroom.jsp

I have the line

ProxyPassReverse /ukt/newsroom/newsroom.jsp http://webtest:10080/

but it does nothing. What am I missing ? Can I even use ProxyPassReverse in this way or is there another way of achiving this ?

All help much appreciated.
 
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jspc - precompiles JSP source files into servlets SYNOPSIS
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