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From J. Lindberg <j...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Host Aliases, Wildcards
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2004 16:21:37 GMT
Thanks for your reply. Yes, there is no problem with Apache web server, 
using ServerAlias which supports wildcards. It all works fine until it 
encounters a .jsp file, then it's a no-go.


On 2004-08-02, at 18.18, Ruth, Brice wrote:

> Not sure about Tomcat, but Apache should be able to handle this with a 
> few well-written mod_rewrite entries.
>
> J. Lindberg wrote:
>
>> Hey all.
>> I've searched the internet about this, but have come up empty handed, 
>> so I'll ask you guys;
>>
>> Is it at all possible to use wildcards in host aliases? I have a 
>> host, say example.com. I would like all requests to 
>> anything.example.com to alias to example.com. I've already set up the 
>> DNS server to resolve hosts accordingly.
>>
>> Cheers.
>> /J. L.
>>
>>
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> -- 
> Brice Ruth, Sr. IT Analyst
> Fiskars Brands Inc
> http://www.fiskarsbrands.com/
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