[opencms-dev] new project question

Steve Goyette stevegg at telus.net
Thu Jun 19 19:38:01 CEST 2003


I don't know whether or not you're using Apache but if you are you can
use URL re-writing to do this.

Just place this in the virtual host entry for your domain in the apache
httpd.conf file (possibly the vhost/Vhost.conf file)

RewriteEngine on
RewriteRule /(.*) /opencms/opencms/mymodule/$1 [PT]

Hope that helps,


-----Original Message-----
From: opencms-dev-admin at opencms.org
[mailto:opencms-dev-admin at opencms.org] On Behalf Of Bryan LaPlante
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 3:21 AM
To: opencms-dev at opencms.org
Subject: [opencms-dev] new project question

After reading most all of the documentation I just need to confirm that
I am
thinking in the right direction.

To create a new web site I will essentially be creating a module is that
right. In that module I will create a master template in the form of an
index.html page under the templates directory of my new module and then
create my site design templates under a folder called jsptemplates.

If I am right about the above I will be creating a new project based on
directory structure created above. I started to create a project
declaring a
folder that did not exist in any module and got an error, so that leads
to believe that the above mentioned is true.

I have not been able to find info in the docs or demos as to how I can
my new web site while hiding the fact that I am using opencms, in other
words I want to run http://www.mydomain.com/ and have that open
http://www.mydomain.com/opencms/opencms/mymodule/index.html is this

Thanks for everyone's help in the past and as I get more experience with
opencms I hope I can be of assistance to others.

Bryan LaPlante

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