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I have a basic Host service from godaddy. I would like to put two differnt webapps on the same Hosting, and be able to use to point to the first webapp, and the second respectively.

  • What do I need for the webapp to support that ?
  • What do I need for Apache server support that ?
  • Is it a special feature that I probably should pay more to godaddy in order to be able to use that ?

I would like to know the whole concept of that, I am don't need a step-by-step guide, since i am just want to know what my possibilities are.

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I think this question is quite localised and better for godaddy support than serverfault :) – Lucas Kauffman Jan 15 '12 at 14:26
I have mentioned godaddy just in order to implay that i am not the one who is controll every aspect of the server. – Hanan N. Jan 15 '12 at 14:30
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You will need to configure a VHost for all the subdomains you want and point them to your webApp's directory. Considering you have access to the webserver and it is running apache ?

Your webapp normally does need to know this.

The pricing depends on Go Daddy, but that is a shopping question.

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