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Mutiple Tomcat IIS redirection

 
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Hi,
I have tomcat 6 and tomcat 7 installed on the machine. I have configured IIS redirection (isapi_redirect.dll,uriworkermap.properties,workers.properties) for tomcat 6 and appl are working fine.

How to configure for tomcat 7 now. Can we point isapi_redirect.dll to multiple tomcats which is installed on the same server?.


 
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I am not up to date on IIS. I stopped using WIndows for public Internet servers a long time ago. However, if the Windows redirection is anything like the Apache httpd server proxying mechanism, yes, you should be able to have a single IIS server proxy for multiple Tomcat servers, and each of those servers can be on any machine that the IIS server can communicate with. Including, of course, the IIS server machine itself.
 
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yes, you can do. You need to add new worker to:

uriworkermap.properties
workers.properties


and then configure/redirect mappings for specified urls/patterns to new worker.
 
Deepak Devarapally
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will try and update
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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