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Quick clarification on making sure the domain name is part of the host name

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nnjones
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I have read many posts about domain name vs. host name vs. IP. I just need to find out how to make sure that the login requests and any over-the-net requests are using the fully qualified domain name of our host. It is using http://ms2vc1:8080/ and I need it to use http://ms2vc1.motown.lmco.com:8080/

Thanks!!!

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kaplanj
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The best way to check what URLs Wonderland is using is to load the page:

http://:8080/wonderland-web-front/resources/ServerDetails

If you view the source of the output, it will be an XML file like this:

[code]


http://204.153.12.93:8080/security-session-auth/security-session-auth/identity
EITHER


204.153.12.93

1139
http://204.153.12.93:8080/
1266194449311

[/code]

Everywhere that there is a URL in the above file (serverURL, authURL, darkstarServers), make sure it uses the correct hostname. If there are any places you see the wrong address, post back and we can tell you what properties to change.

nnjones
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All instances use only the unqualified hostname. I would like for it to use the fully qualified name with the domain name as well. (See below, where msvc1 should be ms2vc1.motown.lmco.com)

Thanks very much for the quick response! I really appreciate it.
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http://ms2vc1:8080/security-session-noauth/security-session-noauth/identity

NONE



ms2vc1

1139

http://ms2vc1:8080/
1265910394507

Once I make the changes to the properties, do I have to update the art paths and placemarks?

Message was edited by: nnjones