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From Kiran Badi <>
Subject Re: Dynamically Create Subdomains - Tomcat 7x
Date Fri, 04 Sep 2015 16:25:04 GMT
Let me try again Chris, I have this site  ready with some x
amount of features in it

Now I need to customize this site based on regions,states, and cities.I
will most likely go with cities.

So I need my main site to redirect to .... etc based on
cookie value which I create on is landing page)

what i need  is similar to as what or craiglist does.Ex,

when we add a blog, it creates and for another user, it

I am looking something similar ?

Can this be done with just tomcat or I need to front end tomcat with apache

Is it required to spend extra money on DNS or creating different
folder/subdirectory for each region ?

I have a single war file, and I intent to do this isolation service
layer/DB layer.

Does this make sense ?

I know its high level generic ask,but I really need some direction. Maybe I
am again vague,but I hope examples will give some direction as what I am
looking for.

- Kiran

On Fri, Sep 4, 2015 at 9:03 AM, chris derham <> wrote:

> > I need something like,
> >
> > My main landing page
> >
> > Subdomains I am looking for
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > etc
> >
> > myfeature is  a cookie value which comes from is
> > landing page which drops myfeature cookie)..
> >
> > - Kiran
> so if you map * DNS name to a single server, it can do all of
> that.
> You are asking a very generic high level question, without providing
> details of what you have tried, and what isn't working. Hence you
> really need to open up more and explain. Can a single site handle all
> of these "features" or do you need isolation between them? Is this a
> "how can I setup DNS?" or a "how can I setup websesrvers against host
> names?" kind of question. It really is worded very openly so people
> will be hard pushed to help
> Chris
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