Alpha Anywhere Classic Application Server
The Alpha Anywhere Classic Application Server is used with web and mobile applications.
For information about the Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS, see the Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS.
- Running Two Server Instances on the Same Hostname Using Different Ports
If you run two instances of the Alpha Anywhere Application Server on the same machine with the same hostname but different ports, you may encounter a problem of the sessions conflicting between the two instances. The way to fix this is to use different cookie names on the two instances.
- Running Multiple Instances of the Alpha Anywhere Application Server
Step by step instructions for running multiple instances of the application server:
- Run multiple applications or web sites by using multiple Application Server configuration files
Traditionally, Application Server administrators provide service for multiple applications by using a single instance of the Application Server, placing each distinct application within a different subdirectory under the webroot.
- Installing an SSL Server Certificate
When you receive the SSL Server Certificate:
- Check the clock
Web applications depend on accurate time keeping. Sessions are managed using a cookie, and the server sets a lifetime for that cookie based on what it thinks is the current time. The client then receives the cookie and acts on it based on its own clock. Additionally, the server will direct the client to store responses that it sends in a cache until a specified time.
- Restricting Access by IP Address on the Classic Application Server
Access can be restricted to specific IP addresses for your Alpha Anywhere web applications and web services.
- Configuring and Running the Classic Application Server
Overview of configuring and running the Classic Application Server and Development Server. The Application Server settings control the server behavior, including configuring TLS/SSL, custom error pages, HTTP Publishing, and security.
- Starting the Classic Application Server
Instructions for starting and stopping the Alpha Anywhere Classic Application Server
- Using a Systray Caption to differentiate multiple server instances
The Application Server creates an icon in the Windows Systray to access the Control Panel and indicate the server's state. Each icon is visually identical when running multiple instances of the Application Server, so it becomes difficult to associate each icon with the correct server instance.