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Is it possible to define two target virtual hosts for the same port but different domain names in Glassfish V2.1?

Essentially I want 2 virtual hosts on 1 port and based on the incoming DNS route traffic to either domain.
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Name-based virtual hosts are possible, exactly what are you trying to achieve?

See: http://weblogs.java.net/blog/2008/02/20/virtual-servers-glassfish
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