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From Mariano Rico <>
Subject Re: After Apache front-end: no log in, no trail
Date Fri, 09 Mar 2012 11:17:34 GMT
Hi Pablo,

joining inlines from previous e-mail:
> You should (now) be able to login, create a user, etc. at
¬°¬°Incredible!! I can register and login in you site :-)

> The config used (in this case) was the previously mentioned:
> - jspwiki.baseURL points to
> - relevant Apache2 configuration:
> <Location /JSPWiki>
> Order Deny,Allow
> Deny from all
> Allow from All
> ProxyPass
> SetEnv force-proxy-request-1.0 1
> SetEnv proxy-nokeepalive 1
> ProxyPassReverse
> </Location>
It is remarcable:
1) In the proxy (pass and passReverse) you use the IP instead of the URL
2) You use a /something instead of my simple /

I will try this and will let you know. Thanks a million.

> Your Apache2 configuration looks good to me. However, looking at the source
> code of , the static resources are
> being requested at, i.e.,
> instead of being
> requested to , it
> seems
> that jspwiki.baseUrl hasn't been picked up. Can you redeploy the
> application and delete the tomcat's work folder in order to enforce the new
> JSPWiki configuration?
If I go to your I get an error message. I
guess that that direction is internal. Could you check if you see an
ordiray JSPWiki if you browse to  ?

> Also, do you have mod_rewrite enabled?
I will check... apache should warn, is'n it?

Thanks a lot for you patience and support.

Best regards,


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