I have setup jboss 3.2.7 with embedded tomcat 5.0.
I am using the default ports 8443 and 8080 so I can run jboss as non-priveledged user.
iptables is forwarding 443 and 80 to 8443 and 8080 respectively, and only ports 80 and 443 are exposed to the web.
I can login via web with https (on normal port 443), but after login i don't need https, so the application redirects to http://my.app.com:8080/ instead of http://my.app.com/
How can I tell jboss/tomcat to redirect (after https) to the usual http URL (with port 80) instead of 8080, but still listen on 8080?
Thanks a gob (or 2 if it is really easy :).
Well I found out the solution was in the code of a servlet filter that our team had created, so the solution was specific to our application.
This explains why no one posted a generic solution.