To setup context - Currently I'm using an application called serenityBDD which generates a bunch of html and csv files after an automated test run is done. The files are all dumped in directory:


I then map that directory with a docker volume and run apache through docker with the below command:

docker run --privileged -d --name serenity -p 80:80 -v /home/user/serenity:/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/ httpd

And the tests can be accessed through http on the url for the public ip of that server. eg:


Now there's another requirement to get a separate set of tests result with different criteria - This would mean after a test run there are two sets of html and csv files generated (we'll call them A and B).

How would I go about making results accessible via different context paths? E.g A all accessible via


and B results to be accessible via


Combining the two websites and just separating them with a context path - I assume I could also then make a crude index.html file at the root to list the two options

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