Setting Up DNS

How do I setup DNS to point to my Datica environment?

The Platform environments are designed to have CNAMES or ALIAS records pointed at them. We create a public hostname for the environment that functions as the target of your DNS entries. You will receive your public hostname as part of your on-boarding process after we provision your environment. Datica Public Hostname: pod0123.catalyzeapps.com

CNAME Records

Use CNAMES for pointing specific subdomains at the Datica public hostname. CNAME Example: mysite.wxyz.com CNAME pod0123.catalyzeapps.com

ALIAS Records

Use ALIAS records for pointing the bare domain at the Datica public hostname. ALIAS Example: wxyz.com ALIAS pod0123.catalyzeapps.com

Wildcard Redirect

If you wish to redirect non-matched DNS traffic to your Datica public hostname, you can create a wildcard CNAME record with your DNS provider. *.wxyz.com CNAME pod0123.catalyzeapps.com

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