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Two context possible?

Question asked by rmacian on Jun 19, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 24, 2012 by afaust
Hi,

I want to confirm if it's possible to have different contexts depending from where the user are accessing to alfresco/share. Since the alfresco configuration needs to define the alfresco.context and share.context I understand that there is only one context possible to form internally the urls.But I need advice if this is possible to do it through Apache in some way. I want to achieve something like that:

- Internal network 192.168.0.0 - context: /alfresco
- External network - context: /some/different/context/alfresco

In some php apps it's possible to add a condition to differenciate the IP address of the client and put some context or another. I don't know if it's possible to do it through java code, or Apache or whatever.

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