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From Florian Ebeling <feb...@yahoo.de>
Subject Re: AGAIN: How can you deploy an application onto a specific host?
Date Thu, 08 Jul 2004 08:21:07 GMT
Hi Ivan,

you have to configure the manager app for each single host. So there is 
no ambiguity. host1.com/manager/ gets you the first, host2.com/manager/ 
the second, and so on. The host HTTP header is required in HTTP/1.1 
requests. In any other case you hit the default host.

Best
-Florian

Ivan Jouikov wrote:
> I’ve asked this question before but nobody seemed to know the answer. 
>  So, I’ll ask again…
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> So, Tomcat has a maanger application, which allows you to dynamically 
> deploy sutff. Nice.
> 
> But how can you deploy your stuff onto a SPECIFIC host?
> 
> Thx.
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