Yes both web sites point to port 80 of the server.
In Tomcat you can set up 2 different virtual hosts. Each virtual host has a different "docbase" (as it is in Tomcat - Document Root in the IBM Http Server).
By doing this the first virtual host will route all requests for www.test.co.uk
to a particular application and the second virtual host will route all requests for www.test2.co.uk
to a different application.
I have this setup and working in a production environment with standalone Tomcat BUT how can this be achieved in the IBM HttpServer / Websphere.
Surely somebody out there has setup 2 different web sites on the same server ?
Rufus by needing the application context (xxx) then a user wishing to get to a web site would have to put www.test.co.uk/xxx
into the browser ? This is not very practical and it is like setting up Google to be www.google.co.uk/myapp
[ April 16, 2004: Message edited by: Davie Ali ]