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Serve java application on port 8080 as default and blog.mydomain on port 80

Hi.

My full application is a mix of a Wordpress blog and a Java application.

I’m running Apache and Apache Tomcat on the same droplet. In this way, if I try http://mydomain.com it runs my Wordpress blog, and if I try http://mydomain.com:8080 it runs my Java application. Both applications are running fine.

But what I need is:

Is there anyway to do that with DNS or a virtual server? I’m very confused of how do I configure my Apache server to do that.

Thanks a lot.


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hello!

in which file you add the configurations?

regards

No, but I made it. <br> <br>For some reason I had to execute this: <br> <br>a2enmod proxy_http <br> <br>Now it’s working. <br> <br>Thanks to you all.

Is there any output in /var/log/apache2/error.log