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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Hosted environment
Date Wed, 21 Dec 2011 17:49:31 GMT
On 21/12/2011 17:38, r.sriram wrote:
> is it possible for you to give me steps on what I should do please to
> make the virtual host work.
> I have domain name x.com, y.com and z.com  (for example). For this what
> should the setup be so www.x.com, www.y.com and www.z.com take me to the
> servlet appropriate for each?

Please, *please*, stop top-posting.  It's lazy, it makes it harder for
people to follow the conversation and it annoys me.

What are you not clear about?
Ask specific questions and we will provide specific answers.


p


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> On 12/21/2011 10:09 PM, Pid wrote:
>> On 20/12/2011 11:55, Pid wrote:
>>> On 20/12/2011 09:21, r.sriram wrote:
>>>> Thanks Andre.
>>>> a few quick questions.
>>>>
>>>> Questions with respect to your response:
>>>> Your response:
>>>>
>>>>     <Host name="host1.domain1.com"... appBase="/path1/webapps/" ..>
>>>>     ...
>>>>     </Host>
>>>>
>>>>     <Host name="host2.domain2.com"... appBase="/path2/webapps/" ..>
>>>>     ...
>>>>     </Host>
>>>>
>>>> Questions:
>>>>
>>>>   * which is the file where I should add these lines
>>>   tomcat/conf/server.xml
>>>
>>>>   * Is host1:www. If not what is it?
>>> I don't know what that means.
>>>
>>>>   * does path1, path2 etc. start at CATALINA_HOME?
>>> See below.
>>>
>>>>   * Is there any other configuration change that I need to do
>>> Yes, you will need to configure the connection between HTTPD and Tomcat,
>>> using mod_proxy or mod_jk.
>>>
>>>> My Situation
>>>> Tomcat will be installed in directory let us say in Program Files (*86)
>>>> directory. That will have the web-inf directory.
>>> WEB-INF, not web-inf.
>>>
>>>> Each domain has its own root, let us say: ..\domainX.com\httpdocs,
>>>> domainY.com\httpdocs etc.
>>> In that case, there should also be:
>>>
>>>   ..\domainX.com\appBase
>>>   ..\domainY.com\appBase
>> Like I said here ^^^
>>
>>
>>>> Questions:
>>>>
>>>>   * should I copy WEB-INF directory from C:\Program Files
>>>>     (x86)\apache-tomcat-6.0.33\webapps\ROOT\ to each of
>>>>     ..\domainX.com\httpdocs, domainY.com\httpdocs etc.
>>> No. Definitely not.
>>>
>>> A web application is not the same as a document root.
>>>
>>> You should move the whole of ROOT to the appBase described above.
>> and here ^^^
>>
>>
>> p
>>
>>
>>>> On 12/19/2011 1:12 PM, André Warnier wrote:
>>>>> r.sriram wrote:
>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>> I am setting up my multiple domains on Go Daddy. In my current
>>>>>> in-house windows server my Tomcat is on Program Files (86) and the
>>>>>> ROOT is in C:\Program Files (x86)\apache-tomcat-6.0.33\webapps
>>>>>> directory. That is where WEB-INF is, that is what is my actual path
>>>>>> for all files that gets picked up by my web pages (including my
>>>>>> servlets).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> In Go Daddy, there would be different ROOTs for each domain.
>>>>>> (../<domain>/httpdocs) But there would be one Tomcat installation.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> can Tomcat be installed in Program Files (86), and the servlets,
and
>>>>>> all the files needed for the domain be placed in ../<domain
>>>>>> name>/httpdocs?
>>>>>> Thanks.....Ram
>>>>>>
>>>>> Sure. Look at virtual hosts, here :
>>>>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/config/host.html
>>>>> (and their appBase attribute)
>>>>>
>>>>> <Host name="host1.domain1.com"... appBase="/path1/webapps/" ..>
>>>>> ...
>>>>> </Host>
>>>>>
>>>>> <Host name="host2.domain2.com"... appBase="/path2/webapps/" ..>
>>>>> ...
>>>>> </Host>
>>>>> etc..
>>>>>
>>>>> I suggest to leave the default<Host name="localhost" ..>  as it
is,
>>>>> and just add the others.
>>>>>
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