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Apache Setup

 
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Hello,

I am running Oracle Application Server 10.1.3.0.0, with several applications deployed to it. In specific, I have three web-applications (that serve as interface to an EJB server), and I want these accessed differently through the web browser. Since the Oracle HTTP Server is a modified Apache Server, I thought it'd be appropriate to post this in the Apache forum.

Anyway, the question is, how do I go about configuring the following setup?

Application1 has a webapp that is deployed with contextroot1. Now, I want this application accessible through the following URL:
http://<host> (but not through https://<host>, because that should end up at Application2!)
So, no context root.

Application2 has a webapp that is deployed with contextroot2. This should be accessible through the following URL:
https://<host> (but not through http://<host>, because that should end up at Application1!)
Again, no context root.

Application3 has a webapp that is deployed with contextroot3. This should be accessible through the following URL:
https://<host>/contextroot3 (but not through http://<host>/contextroot3!)

I'm guessing I'll need to configure some stuff in the httpd.conf file, but I'm unsure as to what exactly. If someone could give me an example, with the setup described above, I'd be very grateful.

Thanks!

Regards,
Stan
 
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I think your question would do better in the Oracle forum.

Oracle has an embedded version of the Apache webserver.
I'm not sure how much it has been modified for this purpose.

Moving to the Oracle forum.
 
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