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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: https & j_security_check
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2008 16:20:59 GMT
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Julio,

Julio César Chaves Fernández wrote:
| No i'm working with https all the time ... when it's only over http
| the application works ... it's just that i've been reading about
| something related to j_security_check and that it adds port 80 to the
| url

Tomcat does not add port 80 to the URL. It uses whatever port was
already being used.

| ... so i don't know if it's related to my problem... i read this
| in
|
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t145712-load-balancing-an-https-java-web-application-in-tomcat.html
| ... may be i'm wrong or i don't have the right idea ... but when i
| saw that 302 the only thing that came to my mind was some problem
| related to the url and the server not finding the associated
| resources ... i'm checking if maybe thats the reason...

Where does the 302 send you? Back to the login-error page? Are you sure
that the only difference between a working configuration and a
non-working configuration is the use of HTTPs?

- -chris
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