A virtual target represents a target for a resource group, both at the domain level and in a domain partition. It defines the access points to resources, such as one or more host names, a URI prefix, and the managed server or cluster to which the virtual target is itself targeted. Configure virtual targets to meet your specifications.
You must specify at least one of host name, URI prefix, or port number.
To create a virtual target:
Note: Once you create a virtual target, you cannot rename it. Instead, you must delete it and create another one that uses a new name.
There are two general approaches when using virtual targets: route by host name or by URI prefix.