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Old 1st May 2006, 20:30
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Default Tomcat virtual hosts

Hi all,

I currently am running a setup consisting of CentOS 4.2 + Apache 2.0.52 + Tomcat 5.5.17 + mod_jk

As far as configuring Tomcat virtual hosts goes, is it possible to configure a "catch all" in the host field? This would be similar to the Apache <VirtualHost> directive in which one can create a wildcard in the domain, such as *.whatever.com to point to the same document base. Is such a configuration available for Tomcat?

TIA,

dave
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