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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34648] - AJP uses Host header not ServerName directive from Apache
Date Wed, 27 Apr 2005 18:55:04 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dhopper@bzresults.com  2005-04-27 20:55 -------
Thanks again for the quick response, yea that is what I am looking for.  Though
it would probably have to fall through some how as well, like trying to get the
request.getLocalName() if that is null falling back on the
request.getHeader("host") in place of it.  I think this is something that ISP
hosting enviroment, which is what we are, would find this quite useful.  As
currently we have been tossing up the idea of switching to Resin, which I would
rather not do as I have had great success with tomcat and would like to keep our
production enviroment running on tomcat.

What about this option would be fragile?

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