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Using IIS with two different releases of Tomcat.

 
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I am running into a little problem. Our production server has IIS 5 and Tomcat (4.0.6) on the same box (we also use the JK redirector). This release of tomcat is the latest release that our ERP will support. Everything works fine.

We also have an app that will only work with Tomcat 4.1.3.1 or later.

Additional hardware is not possible. We want to keep everything on the same box.

Can I configure the JK redirector or IIS to pass specific request to one instance of Tomcat while passing other specific requests to the other instance?

Thanks in advance.
 
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