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Hi,

I used "mod_rewrite" to redirect the request from Apache HTTP Server (Running on x.acme.com & port 80) to backend Tomcat(Running on z.toyz.com & port 8082) and it works.

Below is my configuration in Apache's httpd.conf file.


On the web browser when i hit "x.acme.com" i get this "http://z.toyz.com:8082/SessionTest/index.jsp" which is desired.

I would however like to hide URL "http://z.toyz.com:8082/SessionTest/index.jsp" on the client web browser(end user) and instead show him either

1. x.acme.com

or

2. x.acme.com/SessionTest/index.jsp

Please let me know what change should I do in my httpd.conf file ?
 
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