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How to deploy two applications

 
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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 http://admin.ias.com to point to that new application which will be running on http://www.ias.com:9004. Another application is already running at http://www.ias.com:80 and we need to have that running in that same URL going forward too ie. http://www.ias.com:80.


Please let me know how I should configure WebLogic to achieve this. We can get the domain and have the DNS entry for http://admin.ias.com.

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

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

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Prashant

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This is a very typical configuration. However, if you want to have the user be able to type http://admin.ias.com and end up hitting http://www.ias.com:9004 you will need to configure either a hardware load balancer or a proxy server like Apache in front of WebLogic. You will not be able to do this with DNS alone...
 
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Thanks Chris,

I also was thinking on the same frequency, I thought of posting it here just to confirm if there was any other way that I might be missing.

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