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Apache + mod_ssl + Tomcat

 
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Has anyone managed to get this combination working? I am following the Proxy configuration from the Tomcat documentation, but Tomcat keeps building URL's in HTTP and not HTTPS (infact i don't know if the Apache proxy or tomcats proxy config causing the problem).

The other strange thing with j2ee security enabled in my web.xml and form based login, the j_security_check post action goes away from HTTPS to HTTP.

using Apache 2 and Tomcat 5.1
 
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