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This chapter describes how to configure Virtual Hosts using an XML file.
This is no longer the preferred approach for defining a VirtualHost and will likely be removed in a future release, however it is currently neccessary to support certain use cases such as per-virtualhost attribute configuration, and specialised store configuration such as for the BDB HA Message Store
Each XML Virtual Host configuration file can hold configuration for a single Virtual Host or multiple Virtual Hosts. For an example file (with multiple VirtualHosts), see Section 14.15, “An example of virtual host configuration file”
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