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Web Services listen on different port

 
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Hi all.
All my web services are currently available on standard tomcat port: 8080
I need to expose one of those web services to another company and I would like to use, for example, 8085 port.

Is it possible ? How ? There is no problem to stop Tomcat instance for all web services (8080 and 8085). I mean if I need to restart Tomcat there's no SLA for web service on 8085 port.

Talking about multiple Tomcat Instances
I've read http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-5.5-doc/RUNNING.txt .
Is it the only solution I could apply ?
Is there any xml tag to let one Tomcat instance listen to multiple port ?

Thanks
 
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