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Need help badly. Getting stuck, One step at a time. Attn: Gurus

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Hi all,
I really need your help now, please respond if you can give me some direction,
I have setup a IBM WAS 5.0 server with Domino 5 LDAP as the Authentication registry. So the current situation is I am able to authenticate against an LDAP registry, any user accessing a secure resource in a prototype application (say, App1).I am using Form-based Login/Logout. Say the url for the app is "http://www.xyz.com/*.jsp".
I have setup a virtual host on the same server www.abc.com and regenerated the plugins to reroute requests accordingly.
I also have installed an application App2 and everything seems to be working fine, since I am able to access any resource which is not secured.
When I try to access a secured resource, the login form is shown and when I submiot the form, after entering the username and password, instead of taking me to the resource it throws me back to the login form. There are no errors anywhere.
My questions are:
1. Is it ok to have multiple domains on WAS
2. Is it ok to use the same LDAP directory to authenticate users in the two domains
3. if yes, what is that I am doing wrong
4. if no, what is that I need to do, get security working for both the domains.
I would be glad if any of you can give some answers and/or put me on the
right track, if you feel I am doing something unrealistic...
Thanks in advance.
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