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Need help withn tomcat and apache integration

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I am using tomcat application server (with 2 instances), apache webserver, load balancer.
ssl offloading is done at load balancer end i am not carrying it on webserver or application server

I have an url https://xyz.abc.net/.................................
which is functioned to open two windows one with a welcome page and other with a begin page of our apllication

I am getting a window welcome page, other window is coming with a message "page cannot be displayed"
when i checked the url of the corresponding window i noticed its redirecting it to http://xyz.abc.net/.................................

So i edited server.xml file by appending
secure="true" and scheme="https"
when i launch the url above process is repeating but URL of the window with a message "page cannot be displayed" is

If i edit both above urls properly by making http to https and by removing the port number application is launching properly

i am using two ports 8009 and 8010 for 2 tomcat instances, webserver is listening 8000 port
Please anyone help me in resolving the issue

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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Prishna!

I really, really hate webapps that open windows. I already have too many windows open. Besides, my browser is set to open tabs, not windows, so the extra window won't even be visible unless I explicitly navigate to it. You can chase me to competitor's websites quicker by loading your site with noisy flashy Flash junk, but not much quicker.

HTTP is designed to give only one response per request, so I'm not really sure how you're doing this at all. You should either be opening the response in a new window or updating the existing window, but not both. My best guess is that you've got some sort of JavaScript in motion.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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