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From Ruiyuan Jiang <>
Subject [users@httpd] Page not updating after login
Date Wed, 03 Feb 2010 21:43:43 GMT
Hi, all

We have a web server which uses Tomcat AJP. The setup is:

Internet PCs --> Solaris 10, SPARC, Apache v2.2.14 reverse proxy server --> HPUX Apache
server v.2.0.59, Tomcat AJP server v5.5.26 --> HPUX Oracle database.

HPUX Apache (HP pre-compiled Apache) and Tomcat are installed on the same host. 
HPUX Oracle database is on a separate server.
Apache on Solaris is pre-compiled and I downloaded from the Internet.
>From the internet, I went to my home page and went to a sign in page. After I signed in,
the page did not get refreshed and it seems that I did not login or typed wrong user name
and password and re-prompt me to login. If it is working correctly, it should show the page
that I logged in. 
If I hit F5 to refresh the page, it shows me that I logged in to the site. 
I tested that if I bypass the Solaris Apache reverse proxy and goes directly to HP Apache
server from the client, it shows the correct page that I logged in.
In the Solaris Apache configuration, I am not sure which Apache module or directive caused
that problem. It seems to us there is some caching happening here. I am out of idea and I
thought I have disabled all the caching on the Apache side. Thanks in advance.


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