In this dialog, the settings for the webserver will be defined. Under Webserver, the current, local computer name localhost will be entered as default. Change this entry if the webserver will be located on a different computer system. Then select the desired webserver type in the Webserver Type list.

If you are using Tomcat Standalone, enter the desired host under Virt. Host. If using Internet Information Server, select the desired Website. Multiple websites can be created on a single Internet Information Server (so-called virtual servers, each possessing its own IP address). You can usually select the default website here. Additional websites that you have created will be also entered to the drop-down list and can be selected.

When using Tomcat Standalone, please enter the desired Context. When using Internet Information Server, the Virtual directory of the webserver can be changed here. Each website can publish contents from multiple directories. The directories can either be accessed from a local drive or over the network. A website can possess a base directory and any number of additional published directories. These published directories will be called Virtual directories.

To simplify URL addresses, the services will display all published directories for clients as a single directory structure. The base directory is the root directory of this virtual directory structure, and every virtual directory will be addressed as a subdirectory of the base directory. The actual subdirectories will naturally be available to clients in the same way.

Normally, the webserver and the Intrexx Portal Server are installed on one computer. In this case, the address http://localhost/<portal> is used as a preset. In other cases, such as when sending emails, in which links or buttons are defined in the portal as jump targets, an address must be used that has universal validity. For this, enter the internet address of the computer on which the Intrexx Portal Server has been installed into the Base URL field (http://servername/<portal>/ or http://IP/portalname/).

If a virtual directory with the selected name already exists, the name in the dialog will be shown in red. In this case, please choose a different name. The Created URL, under which the new portal will be available, will be shown in the dialog under the drop-down lists.