Subdomain Handling Tutorial

This tutorial explains how you can host subdomains with a Java hosting package at JavaPipe. This is assuming that you wish to host a particular webapp for a different subdomain other than your primary domain.

First thing you need to do is to create a subdomain in you SiteWorx control panel. Then you need to add a Host entry in your server.xml (It is a very good idea to back up this server.xml file before editing it.)

Be careful not to change any of the port information - doing so could get your site suspended. Place following code just before the closing tag:
    <Host name="{}" debug="0"     appBase="webapps"       unpackWARs="true" autoDeploy="true">  <Context path=""     docBase="/home/{username}/{}/tomcat/webapps/{webappname}"        crossContext="false" reloadable="true">  <Valve className="org.apache.catalina.valves.AccessLogValve"     directory="/home/{username}/}/tomcat/logs"        prefix="{}_log."          suffix=".txt" pattern="common" resolveHosts="false"/> </Context>  </Host>
Replace {username}, {}, {} and {webappname} with your own.
Set up the webapp or drop in a new WAR file of the new webappname in your webapps directory. Restart tomcat.

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