[opencms-dev] Multisite and /opencms/opencms/

Sören Malchow Soeren.Malchow at interone.de
Wed Nov 28 22:17:48 CET 2007

you have to rename the opencms.war to be a ROOT application before 

opencms.war -> ROOT.war

then install inside the tomcat webapps dir as usual. that will remove one 
of the opencms, since you can talk to the opencms as ROOT application so 
you need only "/"

After that you can change the servlet mapping in the /WEB-INF/web.xml and 
you can give the servlet any name you want, e.g. /cms or whatever you 

voilá you can access the login on


hope that helps

"Christoph P. Kukulies" <kuku at physik.rwth-aachen.de> 
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Re: [opencms-dev] Multisite and /opencms/opencms/

Me too. Not IIS but Apache.
I'm using various Virtualhost sections in httpd.conf with Proxy and
ProxyReverse, that map to different ports/connectors in Tomcat server.xml.
And it requires some tweaking of opencms-importexport.xml and

There was a howto by Sebastian Himberger AFAIK, that can be found in the
list archives.

Chris Christoph P. U. Kukulies kukulies (at) rwth-aachen.de

On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 08:53:02AM -0500, Isaac R. Higgins wrote:
> yes, I use apache as a reverse proxy.  It lets me have my site served on 
any name/url for the external and any name/port/url for the internal.
> My actual setup is multiple internal IP addresses for the different 
types of server containers, and apache reverse proxy so they all share 1 
public IP on port 80.
> Hello,
> There is somebody who have installed multisite with IIS, Tomcat, OpenCms 
and can access without .../opencms/opencms/... ?
> Thanks,

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