Hi James,web server means Apache httpd or nginx and alike. There is also a virtual host concept in Tomcat which I do not know in detail.
Regards, Michael Am 11.04.18 um 15:37 schrieb ja...@productive1.com:
Should web server be different from our main Ofbiz server? -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: Multiple eCommerce Websites & Mapping From: Michael Brohl <michael.br...@ecomify.de> Date: Tue, April 10, 2018 2:43 pm To: firstname.lastname@example.org Hi James, I have to be brief but hope it helps anyway: 1. setup a WebSite entity with domain and webSiteId 2. configure you webapp like this <webapp name="mySite" title="mySite" app-bar-display="false" server="default-server" location="webapp/mySite" mount-point="/"> <virtual-host host-name="www.mySite.com"/> <init-param name="webSiteId" value="mySite"/> </webapp> 3. Configure your web server with a virtual host and ServerName www.mySite.com 4. Add ProxyPass with AJP protocol to virtual host configuration ProxyPass / ajp://localhost:8009/ ProxyPassReverse / ajp://localhost:8009/ 5. disable the http/https connectors of Tomcat Hope I did not forget anything important. Best regards, Michael Brohl ecomify GmbH www.ecomify.de Am 10.04.18 um 21:13 schrieb ja...@productive1.com:Hi all I have going to the documentation and it looks like there is a way to have multiple websites tied back to the same ofbiz instance. I have a few questions. Where is this configured so we can map a product store, web template to a web domain. What do we need to change at our domains registrar to have the www.xxx.com point to the right IP. I am sure this is more than a domain forward. Thanks in advance!
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