multiple sites on Xojo Server

  1. 5 days ago

    Bill

    Nov 14 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Longview Texas

    I have virtually no experience with cloud computing. I have done a few sites using HTML and CSS, so please forgive such a basic question.

    If I lease a Xojo server, can I host multiple sites on the same server or does a single IP map to the entire server?

    The problem is that you used libreOffice. What it did was make a text representation of what you pasted and wrapped it in another HTML page. Just use a plain text editor.

    And yes, you got it in the right location.

  2. Jason P

    Nov 14 Xojo Inc http://xojo.com/
    Edited 5 days ago

    You can host multiple apps on 1 server but each server only has 1 ip address.

    The URL's for those apps would look something like this:

    http://111.222.33.444/AppOne/
    http://111.222.33.444/AppTwo/

    You can also redirect your domain to a Xojo Cloud web app:

    https://blog.xojo.com/2014/05/22/redirect-your-domain-to-a-xojo-cloud-web-app/

  3. 4 days ago

    Henry F

    Nov 15 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro

    @Jason P

    Jason I copied the code from the blog you referenced. I inserted my webpage into the appropriate spot so it looks like this:

    <html><head><meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”0; url=http://farmersroyaltyco.com/FRCWebPage-Dev/”></head></html>

    I saved the one line of code as Index.html, per the blog. I uploaded the index file to the /web folder on my xojo server. I am assuming the "/web" folder is the "Web Applications" folder referred to in the blog.

    When I enter farmersroyaltyco.com into the address bar what is displayed is the one line in the index file. There is no redirection.

    Am I missing a piece of code? Do I have the file in the right folder?

    Henry

  4. 3 days ago

    Greg O

    Nov 16 Xojo Inc Answer Somewhere near Raleigh, NC
    Edited 3 days ago

    The problem is that you used libreOffice. What it did was make a text representation of what you pasted and wrapped it in another HTML page. Just use a plain text editor.

    And yes, you got it in the right location.

  5. Henry F

    Nov 16 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro

    Greg, thank you so much for pointing that out. Now everything is working great.

    Henry

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