1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 20, 2005 10:04 AM by Thomas Diesler

    Is this Possible - multiple domains -> multiple contexts on

    Lea Thurman Newbie

      Hi All,

      Before I start to crack up can someone atleast confirm that this is possible.. this will atleast put my mind and heart at rest.

      I am running JBoss3.0.6/Jetty and have two applications (ears) deployed. One is mapped to the root context and the other to a customer specific context. I have also purchased two domains for these two applications. So

      www.app1.co.uk -> nn.nn.nn.nnn/index.jsp
      www.app2.co.uk -> nn.nn.nn.nnn/context/index.jsp

      (both domains point to the same box)

      Since JBoss is running on a hosted server all requests are being forwarded by Apache running on port 80.

      I am using the following Apache directives:

      <VirtualHost nn.nn..nn>
      ServerName www.app1.co.uk
      ServerAlias www.app1.co.uk
      ProxyVia On
      ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/
      ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:8080/


      <VirtualHost nn.nn..nn>
      ServerName www.app2.co.uk
      ServerAlias www.app2.co.uk
      ProxyVia On
      ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/context/
      ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:8080/context/

      However the application deployed to root functions perfectly however the application deployed to /context does not.

      The problem is that any information which is held in the session disappears if the application is accessed via www.app2.co.uk if it Iaccess via http://nn.nn.nn.nnn/context it all works.

      I think it is to do with the session values being context specific and the browser not sending them in.

      The second question is concerning the apache stuff I have read on the Wiki and mod_jk and mod_jk2. I think I am not using these and would these solve my problem?