Hallo Franck N,
thanks for your reply. My Problem is not to customize the URL, I know that.
My problem is. that when I enter just http://localhost:8080/ords it will end in the http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=4550:1 (the apex login page). There must be any automatismus, who decides, that the application 4550 is picked. But I don't want to come to application 4550, I want to configure the application the user will forwarded to like MYAPP or let's say the application 400, at least the http://localhost:8080/ords should be end in http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=400:1 with 400 is an user application.
will forward you to the Workspace login where you have to enter the Workspaces credentials as a developer in order to edit or create applications.
4550 has nothing to do with an app from that workspace in this.
In case you want to reach a particular application from that you will need:
- to add the App ID into the URL like http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=400
- or ADD the App name instead of the APP ID after Modifying the APP Alias : http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=MYAPP
How to modify the App Alias Customising an Apex url Example
I fix this by doing rewrites on the NGINX ( https://nginx.org ) front-end.
So a lot of
rewrite ^/app1(.*)$ /ords/f?p=app1 permanent;
rewrite ^/app2(.*)$ /ords/f?p=app2 permanent;
rewrite ^/app3(.*)$ /ords/f?p=app3 permanent;
rewrite ^/app4(.*)$ /ords/f?p=app4 permanent;
so users only have to remember example.com/app1 to access the correct application.
I have the same problem.
100 is my application ID. how can i do that in ORDS with Tomcat.
I'm complete freshy with ORDS, APEX and Tomcat integration, but I got it running with a Tomcat installation. When I enter the URL http://localhost:8080/ords it will end in the Apex Login Page (like http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=4550:1).
I'm happy it works, my question is: how can I configure ORDS or Tomcat (or APEX?), that it ends in a user defined application like http://localhost:8080/ords/f?p=MYAPP:1 ? (with MYAPP = my application alias)
Any help would be great.
You can use a reverse proxy (Apache HTTP/NGINX) in front of your tomcat and then use redirect or rewrite rules to redirect to whatever URL you want.
Regarding Application Alias, you have to define the Application Alias for the application first, then you can use the alias in your URL to point to that particular application.
Hope this helps!