This resource will allow you to do multihoming. This technic is a
way to host multiple logical web servers on the same physical process.
Jigsaw supports only
Host header based virtual
hosting, which does not consume IP addresses.
As for other resources that are suposed to be the root resource of your server, you should be very cautious when using that kind of resource. In particular make sure the followup attribute is set to a resource that will export the Admin directory.
Each child of the VirualHostResource must be named under the host
name it will serve. If you have a machine A with names
alias.foo.com, and if the server
is running on port
8001, then requests prefixed by
http://name.foo.com:8001/ will be dispatched to the child resource
of the virtual host resource named
name.foo.com:8001 and requests
http://alias.foo.com:8001 to child resource
Warning: Unless you understand what you are doing, children of that resources should only be either MirrorDirectory or PassDirectory instances.
The VirtualHostResource class inherits from the following classes:
The VirtualHostResource defines the following attributes:
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