Linking app?

I have deployed an app on Windows XP with Apache and Mongrel. I can
access my app with http://machinename. This is more of a Apache
question: how can I make it like http://machinename/myapp ?
Thanks in advance.

Vapor … wrote:

I have deployed an app on Windows XP with Apache and Mongrel. I can
access my app with http://machinename. This is more of a Apache
question: how can I make it like http://machinename/myapp ?
Thanks in advance.

well actually I have one php app and other rails app that I want to host
on single windows machine…rails seems to override the other app.

Vapor … wrote:

There are a couple of ways to do this.

1- You use an internal proxypass to route only /myapp to mongrel (first
exclude everything then pass /myapp to mongrel)
2- you use aliases and no mongrel
3- you use different ports for each type off application and with a
permanent redirect you redirect /myapp
4- You use multiple domain or subdomain names myapp.machinename and
virtualhosting.

Have a read of virtual hosting aspects in apache and mongrel. That is
where you will find what you need.

Cheers,

Philippe

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