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Hosting problem with Tomcat

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I have developed an JSP application , now when i asked my friend to give me some space on his dedicated server he said he does not know how to configure tomcat on a Server (he provide apache+mysql+php regulary)
he said me to set the dns to ns1.ccccccc.com , ns2.cccccccc.com
does it needs something more to do?
can any one pleas help me to setup the host with tomcat ?
is there any other tools neede to be installed ?
is there some reference for setting up a host with tomcat?

Thank you very much
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If I understand you correctly, you want the Tomcat container to service your JSP/Serlvet requests, while letting the Apache web server to continue servicing all non-jsp/servlet requests. Well, the first thing I suggest you do is read the following documentation on the tomcat connectors(mod_jk, Jk2 deprecated). It is a module that provides a bridge between Apache and Tomcat. Certain requests based on url patterns are routed from Apache to Tomcat. This is assuming you are using specific versions of Apache and Tomcat. I would also google for other examples/tutorials of tomcat/apache/connector.

Good Luck.

The Jakarta Tomcat Connector

I hope this will help point you in the right direction.
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