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Default Multiple Realms in Tomcat

Hi, i'm using Apache tomcat with ms sql 2000 server, and using ssl with FORM login.
i am running multiple servlets on the same tomcat and want to use logins that check different tables in ms sql.
So basically everything is the same, except that j_security checks for two different servlets in two different tables .
I have read up that i need multiple realms, and in order to do that i need multiple contexts. I've tried a lot of things. Anybody have any ideas how to set this up?
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