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2 applications on same machine and port.

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We have been developing a new application and now is the time to prepare for its deployment in production environment. In production we want to setup the URL to point to that new application which will be running on Another application is already running at and we need to have that running in that same URL going forward too ie.

Please let me know how I should configure WebLogic to achieve this. We can get the domain and have the DNS entry for

So ideally there are two applications, 1 machine, 2 servers on port 9004 and 80. And I need the url's to be:
1) - for new application
2) - old application.

I am not planning to go for another machine or even Apache.


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