You first want to determine if the application is using virtual host default_host, admin_host, or proxy_host. Almost always, default_host is used.
- In the left panel of the WebSphere web console, expand Applications > All applications.
- Select your application.
- Select Virtual hosts.
In this example, default_host is being used.
- In the left panel of the WebSphere web console, expand Servers > Server Types.
- Select WebSphere application servers.
- Select the application server.
- Expand Ports. If virtual host default_host is being used, the WC_defaulthost value is the port the application server is using for application.
In this example, the port is 9080.
To display the application in a browser, you need to know the hostname, port, and context root. For example, if the hostname is www.example.com, the port is 9080, and the context root is /beta, you would be able to display the application by navigating to www.example.com:9080/beta.