Web server configuration database
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Also known as the Domcfg since it is named domcfg.nsf on the server, the Web server configuration database allows us to specify custom forms for logging in, changing a password, and reporting errors. The database is not created on a server by default, so administrators must create this database and should provide the file name domcfg.nsf, since the server looks for that file name explicitly. The server detects this database automatically. Therefore, no restart is required.
You can specify the default error forms that will be used by an individual Web site or by server. The error forms are used by most specific to least specific, so error forms in a database are used first, then the Web site specific ones are use, then the server specific forms are use, and finally the default Domino error pages are used.
You can create forms inside the Domino Web configuration database or in another database. The database must have at least reader access for users to see the error forms. If you select Specific Web Site/Virtual Server, then you see a field to enter the Web site, virtual server name, or IP address for the server.