Web Site Hosting in Oracle HTTP Server

Hi All,
We have an application based on Oracle UCM. We are accessing that application using the url http://site_name/GMKP/index.htm . I have done virtual hosing (name based) with HTTP Server to host multiple web sites. One requirement is we need to access our application using url http://site_name/gmkp/index.htm . How can we do that? Please let me know a solution for this. Do we have to write some rewrite rule for this?
Thanks,
Manikandan
Edited by: Manikandan on Nov 9, 2010 2:22 AM

Look into mod_rewrite with a .htaccess file. You turn it on in httpd.conf.
There is a pretty nice instruction at http://www.addedbytes.com/for-beginners/url-rewriting-for-beginners/

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