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Hi All,

I am working on some virtual hosting thing using glassfish server. Is there anybody knows that how to host multiple web applications in a single glassfish like Virtual Private Server(VPS). In the DNS server we can only give the IPs without any port number as the domain name listens 80 port by default. How can I configure to access different webapplications which may use different port numbers to access the port 80 so i dont need to give the port number at the end of the domain name.

Hope to have a reply as soon as possible,

Thanks in advance

 
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Hi

To use glassfish in virtual hosting environment you have to front end your glassfish server with apache using mode_jk.
Have a Look at this


Virtual Hosting Support In glassfish
 
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