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    Define Backend Servers

    When separating applications, one application may reside on a different physical server. You can define a backend server for this application here. For convenience, WebApp Secure imported the existing backend server that was used in the global context.

    Note: You do not have to define a backend server at the global level. For example, you can define backend servers using only Applications. However, if there is a backend server defined globally, you should not unset it. You can only change it. There should always be at least one global backend server. Deleting the last global backend server may cause instability. (If you want to define backend servers using only Applications, you can skip this wizard setup step.)

    Figure 1: Define Backend Servers

    Define Backend Servers

    Note: WebApp Secure supports different configurations for different pages within a protected application. Fill out the required information and click Add Page to create a new page.

    Note: The page nomenclature is used for simplicity. Much like applications, page contexts can define a set of pages using a RegEx. They aren't restricted to one actual page on the application.

    Figure 2: Add New Page

    Add New Page

    Published: 2013-11-20