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Websphere 3.5 virtual host ?

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I have a project on my desktop that I deploy through Visual Age 3.5. The production version of this is on the Websphere application server. The modifications I am making are done on my desktop. What we would like to do is have a test environment on the actual Websphere server sitting beside the real application. Reason being that there are some weird quirks that are happening on my desktop and therefore we would like to be able to test it in a live environment as well. So is there a way to create a virtual host next to the default host or some way that on the same server I can either point to the test application or the actual one without having to change all the names? (I'm not even so sure virtual host is what I need) I also don't even have a Websphere manual here for the product and there is not much help on the web. Sorry if this is confusing to read. I'd appreciate any help you can give me....I know this version is outdated and we are upgrading soon but for the time being I need to get something working. Thanks!

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