We are going to access the application using a local alias
cloudstreetmarket.com (on the port
80) rather than the former
localhost:8080. Implementing the configuration for that is sometimes a mandatory step, when developing third-party integrations. In our case, the third-party will be Yahoo! and its OAuth2 authentication servers.
It will mostly be about configuration. We will install an Apache HTTP server and stick to the Apache Tomcat How-To. This will drive us to update our Tomcat connector and to create a virtual host in the Apache configuration file.
You will discover how this configuration can allow a great flexibility and simply serve web content to the customers with an advanced ...