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I'd actually believe it is going to be the same.1 person found this helpful
Weblogic (Application) Server contains a web server called OHS - Oracle HTTP Server, which can be also purchased separately under Web Tier license (if installed on a different physical box, e.g. in DMZ). This product is based on Apache (similar to Oracle Linux based on RedHat), so they should be likewise. Alternatively, check the documentation: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/webtier.htm
It requires installing an additional product? How come none of the WebCenter manuals mention this?
All they say is set the address in UCM and then point a DNS at it.
Not sure if there are no other means ("pure WebCenter") how to achieve the same - at least, you could not find them documented.
This is actually more a Weblogic, than WebCenter question. You can consider OHS as a part of Weblogic, which can be separated to meet specific requirements (like UCM and Conversion Server). Likewise, it is probably documented somewhere in the Weblogic docs.
Well I think I've figured out the second part of my question. There is a weblogic plugin for IIS that allows it to forward requests from IIS to weblogic. It can also trap requests by specific MIME type or path, rewriting paths if desired. The documentation I found for it is exceedingly convoluted but I think that's all the plugin does. I still need a definitive explanation of my first question of how to get multiple site studio website addresses working.
I thought you just added entries for each Site Studio website under:
Administration --> Site Studio Administration --> Manage Web Site Addresses
So did I! In UCM 10g it used Apache to set up a virtual host to accept those addresses. In 11g it can only use WebLogic who apparently can't map virtual hosts.
C'mon, doesn't anybody have an 11g website?
I've got the answer.