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Creating URL for JSP Application

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hi All...
          I've Created a JSP application with Oracle 9i as database and I am using Oracle 9iAS as web server. I've created my application folder in J2EE folder of the 9iAS and put the JSP pages in that. All is running fine, but I am using ip address for accessing the application i.e. http://111.111.111:123/jsee/myfolder/login.jsp.
         I want that rather than giving this url for the application access there should have to be a domain name like http://myaalication.com

Please send me solution for that...
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Question by:shamakant_sharma
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Simpliest way is adding myalication.com to your hosts file:
111.111.111.123       myalication.com

on Windows  hosts file is in %WINROOT%/system32/drivers/etc directory
on Unix it is in /etc/hosts

But if you want that everyone can access it by name you should setup DNS server and add your domain and hosts to that DNS server.
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if you use windows, you can use

http://computer-name:port/jsee/my.....
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