If this is wrong, or out of date, try on email@example.com. Then let me know what needs fixing.
OK - I read your post again.
You just want to serve different content from different ports ?
I think that you need two Jetty's - but check on jetty-discuss...
Jules, thanks for the response,
In looking through the doco @ mortbay, and the groups over @ yahoo, I tried a few things, but I cannont get this setup to work properly. I think the only thing to do in my case, is to run two separate instances of JBoss/Jetty, one to represent the "extranet", available to the outside world, and one to represent the "intranet", available to administrators of the site.
This seems like a waste of resource to accomplish such a simple thing, but alas I think it is the only way to ensure that the appropriate content gets to the appropriate pepole.
I am using virtual hosts in my development environment.
I am developing on a PC and a modify the hosts file in the WINNT/system32/drivers/etc directory like this.
Then I do not need any DNS server and I can map any address to my own computer. I am running several instances of the same application/ear within one JBoss. They are all separate from each other and use different databases to.
I just read your message on the forum on Jboss.org. You said you are using virtual hosts in my your environment and unning several instances of the same application/ear within one JBoss. I am trying to the same thing but I have no idea to do it. Would you please tell me how to set the configuration on the Jboss server?
I am using jboss-3.0.4_tomcat-4.1.12. Thank you very much. And Merry Christmas!