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From "Riggen, Scott" <Scott.Rig...@escocorp.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] RE: Having issues trying to use rewriterule,proxypass,proxyreversepass
Date Mon, 10 Feb 2014 16:39:15 GMT
Tom,

I put port# in to indicate that we are using a different port than standard on the inside
network/server.
In this case it is an Oracle SOA server on port 7011.
I can assure you that none of my actual rules contains or begins with a # sign.

I'm still not sure why my rewrite rules are not working and have been banging on this for
a few days now.

Scott

> i.e. https://myserver.mydomain.com/dir1/dir2/login.jspx gets proxied 
> to http://internalserver.mydomain.com:port#/dir1/dir2/login.jspx

Anything after a '#' in a URL is browser state, the browser neither sends nor receives this
data from a server.

It's also the comment character in httpd config files, so god knows what that rule does.

Cheers

Tom

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