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I have created several Spring Vaadin apps, deployed on the same Tomcat server.I have an Apache web server with ProxyPass mapping subdomains in that way:
http://app1.mydomain.com/ -> http://10.0.0.2:8080/app1/http://app2.mydomain.com/ -> http://10.0.0.2:8080/app2/
It should be instead:
This because the serviceUrl declared into the HTML of the page is pointing to /app1/vaadinServlet instead of just /app1/vaadinServlet.
A dirty fix could be adding an additional ProxyPass entry to map also /app1 under http://app1.mydomain.com/app1/ but I am wondering which would be the right way of doing this.