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Please help in mod_jk/apache2/JBoss EAP 6.3

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Hi All,
Im trying to use mod_jk for getting a result something like localhost/hello should display result as same as http://localhost:8081/hello

My next goal is LoadBalancing but Im stuck with my 1st step because
http://localhost:8081/hello - works
localhost/hello - Fails with 404 page cannot be found

To give overview of environment:
JBoss 6.3.0 Alpha1

Im using domain and hostcontroller environment. (NOT standalone)
I have 2 JVMs in hostcontroller (TEST21 and TEST22). As of now my target is just to redirect all content of TEST21 jvm to localhost.
Let me try TEST22 part later.

I have edited apache2.conf,, jk.conf.

Unfortuantely Im getting only 404 page cannot be displayed everytime.

I did multiple restarts of all JVMs and Apache2 services. I did not see any errors in any logs.

PLEASE help. I have attached all files possible. Please let me know if you need any more info.

It would be of greatest help if you can help.
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