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You have to setup your machines and set each machine name to each managed server.
You can definitely achieve this through multiple ways. The best and recommended way is if you have a WebServer (OHS/Apache) in front of WebLogic Server, then you can configure the virtual host at the OHS/Apache level.
Check the below configuration documentation accordingly.
If Apache is used as WebServer (Please focus on "Placing WebLogic Properties Inside Location or VirtualHost Blocks"):
If OHS is used as WebServer:
OPTION 2 (May be this is what you are exactly trying to achieve):
You can directly create virtual hosts in WebLogic Server.
Please check the below documentation, you should focus on (Configuring a Host-based Virtual Host AND Targeting Web Applications to Virtual Hosts)
So, in short,
1. You should first create a virtual host based on server, that is create a virtual host that you will assign to a managed server. For detailed steps to implement it through console, follow the below documentation:
2. Then you will have to change the target of your application, BackOffice to the Virtual Host you created for that managed server. Detailed steps to change the targets: