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Server Up Tomcat and Static/Active HTML

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I recently setup a new server that runs Tomcat.  I love the application that Tomcat is doing for me.

BUT

I wanted this server to be a web server as well, serving up Joomla and PHP stuff.  Yet, I can't figure out where Apache's DOCUMENT_ROOT is anymore, or if it even has one (it's now where httpd.conf is telling me where it is!)

Can you do both on one box?
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Yes you can make Apache handles the in-coming connections and hand it over to tomcat for those that need tomcat.  The description of how it is done is here: http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-3.2-doc/tomcat-apache-howto.html.

You can also serve static HTML directly from Tomcat.
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