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From <sys...@eluminoustechnologies.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Virtual domain default page....
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 09:25:26 GMT
Hello All,

I have around 1000 virtual domains on my webserver. Now if I need to point
the non-existing url's to a particular page I do :
ErrorDocument 404 http://yourserver.com/yourerrorpage.html

This works fine. But all the non-existing requests are directed to
http://yourserver.com/yourerrorpage.html even if the request was made from a
virtual domain http://otherdomain.com/. Can I do it domain wise. i.e. if the
non-existing url was reuested from http://otherdomain.com/ it will be
forwarded to http://otherdomain.com/missing.html rather than
http://yourserver.com/yourerrorpage.html.

Thank you,



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