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With Oqtane Source Version, when is running from Visual Studio, by default it is using IISExpress and opens main oqtane site in browser as http://localhost:44357/.
In Oqtane Sites Management we can create additional oqtane sites, and set additional websites bindings like:
localhost:44357, site0.oqtane.melocalhost:44357/site1, site1.oqtane.melocalhost:44357/site2, site2.oqtane.me
Please open \.vs\Oqtane\config\applicationhost.config and find line 163:
<bindings> <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:44357:localhost" /> </bindings>
Insert bindings for site0.oqtane.me, site1.oqtane.me and site2.oqtane.me.
<bindings> <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:44357:localhost" /> <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:80:site0.oqtane.me" /> <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:80:site1.oqtane.me" /> <binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:80:site2.oqtane.me" /> </bindings>
After this when you run Oqtane Source Code in IISEpress, in your browser you can open additional URLs :
Use free 3rd party util to config IISExpress like https://www.jexusmanager.com/.
You can find more info in video https://youtu.be/THg1gVAoh48.
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