Redirection from Apache to Tomcat on different ports with same directive

I have Apache 2.2 as my web server and Tomcat 5.5 as application Server. I am redirecting any http request on apache to https.
I have also  set the mod_jk module for redirection to tomcat. if i hit port 80 on apache it redirects me to port 8080 on tomcat. The problem is when I  hit URL http://servername/niku/app on apache; it doesn't get redirect to anything on tomcat server. on Tomcat i have 2 resources with same directive i.e. http://servername:8090/niku/app and http://servername:10080/niku/app. I am stuck here.

Thanks for help
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shrikrishnasamantConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I want  do this with mod_jk itself, with some additional comments. is it possible? I dont want to change the URL. It should be http://servername/niku/app/
I don't want to use Frames unless nothing else can work out.
I have another security application which is protecting this URL. I don't know how it will/should work if i am using Frames,
Casey HermanCitrix EngineerCommented:
What I am doing with mine is a html redirect from apache into SJAS....  Don't know if that will help you or not..

I can post the code to redirect if you like.. are the app names different      /niku/app1 and app2?

If so this should be easy.  Just add the folders to apache then in the folder /niku/app1/index.html that redirects to :8090/niku/app1

shrikrishnasamantAuthor Commented:
It is single application howevr it as two console 1. admin and another application . Both have same app name /niku/app/ and different port numbers.
Casey HermanCitrix EngineerCommented:
well then do what I said above create one called index.html that redirects to the app and the other called admin.html that redirects to the admin page.

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