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Thank you for answer.
a) About Apache
- I have no virtual hosts defined except default (127.0.0.1 at port 7201 - for HTTP server diagnostic)
- I'm not using rewriting (default configs after installation)
b) About mod_plsql/DADS - my application doesn't use PL/SQL at all it is test app only for demo purpose.
All naviÄ¡ation is performed over one servlet, which recieves request by method post, and uses sendRedirect method to redirect user reuqests:
// Using encodeRedirectURL to attach session id if session cookies are disabled at client side
String url = response.encodeRedirectURL("<URL>");
where <URL> is relative url, for example "test.jsp"
About my general AS configuration, I haven't changed it after installation.
I couldn't find any information or advises about such problems neither in Web Cache documentation nor metalink.
I have one named sites definitions, it is also default named site.
Host name is <My Host>
Port is 80 (It is that port, which WEB cache is listening)
Prefix field is empty.
Origin server is <My host>:81 (Actually it is my apache virtual host)
As I've written all navigation in my application is performed over one servlet, which recieves request by method post, and uses sendRedirect method to redirect user reuqests (sending http header to browser):
If I change code, and servlet uses server side redirection request.getRequestDispatcher(url).forward(request, response);
App is redirected to WEB Cache (Named Site) port. All navigation works fine with WEB Cache or without it.
But this method doesn't suites for my application. Because if user press refresh button, browser asks to repost the data.
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we have installed the 10g portal and infra on 2 different machines and they are up and running fine. Now we want to move these servers to production but with different host names. Could any one of you please direct me to where to look in the documentation for changing the host names after installation?
I think, your application is redirecting to URL using the environment setted up by directives ServerName and Port. In your httpd.conf of your origin server create new virtual host with this setup:
- Set value for ServerName directive as fqdn of your site
- Set value for Port directive ( not Listen ) to 80 (or 443 for the https virtual host)