Actually, I first tried host-name as an attribute of the <host> tag, then I 
tried <host-alias> inside it. It failed in the same way. Then I tried 
<host-name> inside it, which failed the way you see.

On Dec 9, 2013, at 15:26 , Scott Ferguson <f...@caucho.com> wrote:

> On 12/9/13, 2:57 PM, Rick Mann wrote:
>> I have Resin set up on my local machine to support development of a handful 
>> of web sites. In order to shorten startup times, I have the main resin.xml 
>> file include other config files:
> 
> Try host-alias instead.
> 
> I've added a bug report. I think what's happening is that the <resin:import> 
> isn't getting evaluated when you expect. It's being saved until the Host is 
> configured.
> 
> So it's evaluated too late to set the host-name, which is an early identifier 
> like the id.
> 
> -- Scott
>  
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