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  1. Jason
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    I know I've read a thread somewhere here on how to configure SF3.7 for multiple domains but I can't locate it now (grrrr!).  Licensing issues aside, after IIS is set up with the host headers for both domains, where do I do my SF configuration?  In the web.config urlmapping element?

    Thanks,

    -Jason
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello Jason Jevack,

    You can take a look at Domain-Page mapping  which explains how to configure multiple domains to point to one website. The settings should be made in the web.config, urlMappings node.

    Best wishes,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. Jason
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    Ahh....knowledge base.  That explains why I couldn't find it in the forum!  Thanks for the super fast reply.
  4. Jason
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    The domain mapping is set up and externally all three sites in this single v3.7 instance function properly.  However, on the back-end, all three sites reference the site map of the middle site.  Our tree looks like:

    +all pages
      +site one (page group)
        -home
      +site two (page group)
        -home
       +site three (page group)
         -home

    Within any of the sites,  if the site tree is referenced from within a control ("select page from this site")  the tree for site two will be presented instead of the site from which the control is located.  All our navigation is driven from the site tree so the main navs for all the sites also reference the wrong tree.  But it all works fine on the front-end....that is the main nav references are all correctly aligned with each sites tree.



    Am I missing a config item somewhere?  I have urlmappings set in web.config and page groups for all home pages in tree.

    THanks,

    -Jason
  5. Jason
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    figured it out....the site map references according to the sitefinity login domain.  So a login from www.siteone.com/sitefinity will use site one tree and a login to www.sitetwo.com/sitefinity will use site two tree.

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