I searched existing threads, but didn’t find anything; apologies if this is a repeat.
I am currently porting software that was developed in-house on a single machine to be more “pluggable.”
To acheive that goal, I had the bright idea to do it using subdomains. This would make it easier for me to manage in that I could use “package.DEV.COMPANY.COM” instead of a new account for each. The problem is, that the PHP is using a particular method to reduce hard-coded links:
include($_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] . "/lib/" . "appsetup.php");
That looks like it’s a perfect solution, and precisely what I want to do (e.g. instead of having hard-coded, tied-to-one-server paths). The problem is that a subdomain has the following DOCUMENT_ROOT:
when it should be
Everything is made to work problem from the Apache side using rewrite rules, but the PHP variable is never “fixed” to reflect the correct DOCUMENT_ROOT.
Can anyone come up with a work-around? or am I instead wating on the multi-domain capability of v3?