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Old 15th June 2009, 08:37
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Default How-to use a different DocumentRoot using the Apache Directive box.

Hi again,

How have I use a different DocumentRoot using the Apache Directive box? We are using a MVC PHP project with the ZEND technologies and we need to change the directives.

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This is not possible because your custom DocumentRoot would get overridden by the DocumentRoot that ISPConfig writes to the vhost configuration.
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