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access tomcat application without including the port number 8080 in the url

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how can i access tomcat application without including the port number 8080 in the url. I have installed tomcat 4.1.3, apache 2.0.48 and modjk2.
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In your server conf dir, edit the server.xml file, scroll down to find the HTTP connector port xml tag and change the HTTP Connector port of 8080 to whatever port number you want.
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Let me precise that if you do not want to have to specify a port number, use the default HTTP port 80
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