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You can try to fumble something together in the Apache configuration - that is beyond this forum to answer, you'd need to find an Apache forum. But you can show any image you want anywhere on the server's harddrive if you use an image servlet:
That may just be the easiest no-config solution.
797836 wrote:I think you want the browser to access those files, not tomcat. What would tomcat do with .js or .css files in the first place? You'll need to set up your mappings in apache, so that the static files are served from htdocs/ and the servlet content through tomcat.
Thanks gimbal, Not only images there are other static files like .js,.css, etc, hence the question unless there is no integration between apache & tomcat, probably we cannot access the static files running in apache in client application running in tomcat?