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how can i create sub domain

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H i want to create sub domain for my web site. actually i am using java based web site. i.e i am using private jvm, and tomcat server.
i am placing my all my web site files in apache-tomcat//ROOT folder. now i want to place
my sub domain files in /webapps folder.
so i think i need to change the server.xml file settings . so,please tell me what to do to solve my problem
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Check out this page ... it should give you an example of what you want ... http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Guide+to+using+Apache+Tomcat%27s+Virtual+Hosts


From here you should be able to get to all the details if you need more information.
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Use Virtual Host to setup domains or subdomains; check here for ideas
http://blog.jlbn.net/?p=23
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