Suppose you had an IIS server which had a single domain pointed at it, e.g. http://www.mydomainname.com.au
If you had multiple clients wanting a different wisej web app created which are totally separated but you wanted to run these apps under the same domain name and of course the same IIS server + wisej server license, how could this be achieved?
Could the different web apps be placed into separate sub-folders which when accessed via the default.html page would launch that web app instance and work independently of each other? Something like http://www.mydomainname.com.au/webapp1, http://www.mydomainname.com.au/webapp2 etc.
You can have several html/json pairs on the same project (i.e. folder). Each pair is a Wisej application, although I prefer to call it sub-applications because they are part of the same project.
So you can have a single Wisej project with several (sub) applications. It doesn’t matter whether they are all in the same folder or on different folders.
Hi again Andrew,
You can also put each application in its own folder and in IIS convert each folder to an application.
You can even put web.config and favicon.ico files on the root so they are shared by all applications like you can see in the attached screen shot
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