On May 12, 2009, at 11:33 AM, Peter Amiri wrote:
> Do you know what the syntax of the actual xml files should be? Is
> there a container that should hold the <host> block in the individual
> xml files?
resin:import always uses the containing context for the top-level xml,
because it's like an extension of the current context.
Since your host import is inside the <cluster>, the syntax of your
*.xml would be
> On May 12, 2009, at 11:07 AM, Scott Ferguson wrote:
>> On May 12, 2009, at 10:49 AM, Peter Amiri wrote:
>>> I am trying to automate the process of integrating Resin with a
>>> hosting environment. For each customer that signs up for a cPanel
>>> account I need to add the virtual hosting tags to the Resin conf
>>> manually. Currently the code block that is added is similar to this:
>>> <host host-name="www.domainname.com">
>>> <web-app id="/" root-directory="." />
>>> These blocks are added to the <cluster>...</cluster> block within
>>> resin conf file. Unfortunately the path to the domain is not based
>>> the domain name so I cannot setup dynamic virtual hosting based on a
>>> path. But I wanted to know if there was a way to write these
>>> individual blocks into separate files that got included or imported
>>> the Resin conf file.
>> You can try the resin:import with the fileset syntax:
>> <cluster id="">
>> <fileset dir="hosts">
>> That sounds like it's what you're looking for.
>> -- Scott
>>> In other words I can take into a hook for cPanel and create a text
>>> file with the contents of the block above (or some new lines if
>>> needed) and save it as something like domain.conf. Then I would like
>>> to have the resin conf file automatically read in all these domain
>>> based conf files based on the path to the file locations and the
>>> extension so any new domain conf file that is dropped into the
>>> directory would automatically be included or become part of the
>>> conf file.
>>> Is this doable with Resin 3.1?
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