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IIS WebLogic Plug-in configuration for multiple virtual directories

 
Amit Manurkar
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Hi,

I've following scenario -

Multiple WebLogic servers running on different ports (7001, 7002, 7003).
Multiple Virtual Directories (NOT Virtual Web Sites) /webdir1, /webdir2, /webdir3

I can NOT have multiple Virtual Web Sites as I've only 1 NIC and all the requests needs to come on Port 80 only.

My question is how can I configure the WebLogic + IIS Plugin so that request for Virtual Dir "/webdir1" goes to WebLogic Server 7001, for "/webdir2" to WebLogic Server 7002 and "/webdir3" to WebLogic Server 7003.

I had earlier configured IIS to work with Tomcat in same way, but I couldn't find a way to make IIS work with WebLogic.

Can someone please let me know if it is possible? If yes, then how?
 
Ganesh Gowtham
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Amit could u pls mention the steps to configure tomcat even i am trying to do ,but uin vain ...
could u pls mail me steps....

Thanx in advance..
gowtham G R grgowtham_cse@yahoo.com
gowtham@capricornsys-global.com
 
Amit Manurkar
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I found solution for this, pretty straight forward, map individual virtual directories to individual "iisproxy.ini" and "iisproxy.dll" for URL / directory based mapping (each "iisproxy.ini" and "iisproxy.dll" should reside in different directories - thus for 4 virtual directory mapping you need to have 4 different copies of "iisproxy.ini" and "iisproxy.dll" in four different directories)

Make sure you DO NOT include "iisforward.dll" as ISAPI filter and each and every virtual directory has "Application Protection" set to "HIGH".
 
Thomas Siu
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Hi,

Are you using IIS 5 or IIS 6? I have been sucessfully using the virtual directory with IIS 5 with WLS 7 & 8.1. Recently, we had to upgrade from Windows 2000 to Windows 2003 and inherit IIS 6 and has been unsuccessful in proxying to multiple WLS instances (or to even 1 instance) with the virtual directory technique.

Any suggestions?

Regards,
Thomas
 
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