[Seaside] setting a file name
William E Harford
seaside at harford.org
Thu Aug 25 16:34:48 CEST 2005
If you are using Apache on the same box as well you could set it up as a
We do this to secure via ssl seaside.
Something like ....
ProxyPass /go http://localhost:9090/seaside/go
ProxyPassReverse /go http://localhost:9090/seaside/go
Allow from all
That will redirect all traffic from /go to
If you are on a platform other than Linux/Unix i would suggest the same
route but with different software thats more appropriate to your
platform but I do believe that Apache runs on windows as well and it
might get the job done for you.
On Wed, 2005-08-24 at 23:24 +0100, James wrote:
> Hi Brett and other seasiders,
> I've tried registering for http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/ and the maps API
> is still not happy. One of the things that users have been complaining about
> on the discussion boards is the fact that subfolders are not covered by the
> key, and I have no idea how to get my seaside application running in the
> root /go directory. If I try to set it up in the config application it tells
> me I must set a path.
> Could you provide more information on how you got your application to use
> google maps?
> Alternatively I guess it comes back to my original question, is there any
> way to make it look like seaside is coming from a filename rather than a
> > ------------------------------
> > Message: 3
> > Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 09:52:35 -0700
> > From: "Brett R. Taylor" <brett.taylor at healthauditors.com>
> > Subject: Re: [Seaside] setting a file name
> > To: "The Squeak Enterprise Aubergines Server - general discussion."
> > <seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
> > Message-ID: <430A02D3.7000208 at healthauditors.com>
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> > I registered with Google as http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/. That
> > way, any Seaside app will work using the /go directory. I suppose
> > I'll have to do some url rewriting to make sure that
> > http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/myApp/ will work correctly.
> > Brett
> > James wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I've been playing with Google maps and have hit a bit of a problem
> >> with using it with seaside.
> >> I am OK when i show my initial page, with a url along the lines of
> >> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps/. The problem arises when I
> >> perform anything that leads to a page reload. Google maps are tied by
> >> an API key to a folder in you site. After a page reload my url looks
> >> like
> >> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps?_s=gbhiBxgfxlwIiudu&_k=KqHvfshA,
> >> which google interprets as a different folder, so my map will no
> >> longer show.
> >> Is there any way to include a filename in the url for all seaside
> >> pages, ie something like
> >> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps/maps.html, as I'm pretty sure
> >> google would then be happy. I've tried to do this through the
> >> configuration settings by making it the base path, but then the
> >> broswer could not find my page at all.
> >> thanks
> >> James Bridger
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