Hi, I need help with this.
I have a:
Server A - Running IIS
Server B - Running Tomcat, MySQL, and my java app, which is located here too.
They're both connected in a LAN.
Right now I can access my app easily like: http://192.168.1.108:8080/myApp
Is it possible to access it trhough Server A, without using the 8080 port?
Server A has the access to internet, security certificate etc. and there's no room for installing my app there.
Server B is newer, my app runs perfectly there, but it doesn't have internet access.
I was asked to do this so the people outside the LAN, could use the app (through internet).
Is this posible??
I've seen a lot of documents regarding IIS & Tomcat on different servers, however their purpose is only to spread the load among different machines, which in my case that would be useful if I had my app running on Server A, and the only thing I needed was to run tomcat's proceses using a different machine.
However, if I made my self clear so far, you can tell is not my case since the whole app is stored and running in Server B.
Is there a way to acomplish this???
Right now, I followed all the steps in the IIS - Tomcat howto document, and modified the workers.properties & uriworkermap.properties to:
but, now success at all. If I try to access it using a web browser like this:
/localhost/myApp (doing this from Server A, where IIS is running)
I'm just prompted to download a file, even if the file doesn't exists.
Before I continue this research, I'd like to know if it's possible to accomplish this.
Any ideas will be more than welcome, best regards.