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From Jan Bernhardt <>
Subject AW: fediz_config.xml hosts
Date Wed, 18 Oct 2017 10:00:58 GMT

Hi Metthew,

Fediz Config is independent of your hostname. You don't need to define your hostname in your
fediz config.

The only exception is when you use a reverse proxy for your application. Fediz Plugin will
always use the same hostname for the wreply URL that was used within the request. In case
of a reverse proxy the fediz plugin would only see the internal hostname, but an external
user could not follow this redirect to an internal hostname. For this case you can set a wreply
URL within the fediz plugin configuration.

Hope that helps.


Von: Matthew Broadhead <>
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 18. Oktober 2017 10:18:06
Betreff: fediz_config.xml hosts

The example fediz_config.xml file has the format
     <ContextConfig name="/fedizhelloworld">
which seems to describe a webapp deployed at Host localhost.

How would it be configured if the webapp is deployed at a different host
in Tomcat server.xml? e.g.
<Host name="domain.tld" ...>

I tried searching for the source.  I found

cxf-fediz - Mirror of Apache CXF

but couldn't find ContextConfig


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