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How to Redirect Request come to apache http web server to jboss

 
nak kumbhar
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Hi All

I am very new to web development ,can some buddy help me out ,to Redirect Request come to apache http web server to jboss webApp


Thanks in advanced
 
Prasad Chandu
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you can either use mod_proxy or mod_jk to redirect the request to JBoss.
 
nak kumbhar
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Hi Prasad Chandu
Thank you very very much.

Will you suggest any tutorial or book for configuring apache with jboss.

As I have mentioned in last post ,I am very new to Web development , thats why I need to learn it with basics.
 
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You do not need to configure Apache to work with JBoss AS - JBoss AS has a built in web server that can server HTML and other pages. Since you are a beginner, it would be easier if you started simple. Once you are comfortable working with apps running in JBoss AS, then you can start to consider setting up an Apache front end.

If you still want to set up Apache with JBoss AS, this might help: https://community.jboss.org/wiki/UsingModjk12WithJBoss
Of if you want to use mod_proxy, see this: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_proxy.html
 
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As Peter said, we have multiple options to setup web server. Either you can use built in Web Server by JBoss or use Apache Httpd server.

It all depends on the purpose of using either of these servers. If you want to setup a load balancer separately, apache httpd suits your requirement.

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Chandu
 
nak kumbhar
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Thanks you very very much Peter Johnson & Prasad Chandu .

 
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