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From Trygve Laugstøl <>
Subject Re: mod_proxy and some suggestions
Date Wed, 27 Jul 2005 16:23:47 GMT
On Wed, Jul 27, 2005 at 01:38:52PM +0200, Torsten Curdt wrote:
> Hey guys,
> just installed continuum for the first time.

Thanks for trying Continuum and even more for submitting your comments!

> A few things I came across:
>  o once there are projects added
>    you cannot move the continuum
>    inside the filesystem

In the next version it will be possible to reconfigure Continuum with
another working directory so you can move the checkouts to another place
and then restart Continuum.

>  o I would be nice to have a
>    button to update the project
>    settings from the pom ...not
>    just import them at the first
>    time

It should update most of the field on each build. If you find something
that's not updated, please make a JIRA issue for it here[1].

> And now what bugs me the most:
>  o Absolute urls in the webapp
>    make it hard to map it to
>    a different url space
> In the documentation there is
> the example with mod_proxy.
> ...maybe I am missing something
> but AFAIK mod_proxy does not
> rewrite the hrefs.
> BTW: what is the (disabled)
> listener on 8090 for?

These are all really related. If you want to use mod_proxy you have to
point it against the proxy listener. As you're saying it's not the
mod_proxy that rewrites the links, it's done the proxy listener by setting
a "Proxy-Host:" in the HTTP request that's given to the application. The
default configuration has a disabled http proxy listener on port 8090.

So in short to be able to use Continuum through a proxy listener, enable
the proxy listener (and disable the normal one if you want) and configure
mod_proxy to proxy against the machine running Continuum on port 8090.



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