[Seaside] How to tell seaside to prefix it's urls

John Pierce john at pierce.name
Wed Nov 9 13:55:40 CET 2005

mod_proxy should work as long as you utilize the reverse proxy config
statement as well. What you are doing is not only proxying traffic to your
back-end but reverse proxying your back-end. That is, making your backend
look like it comes from your frontend. mod_rewrite will work too, but is
more sophisticated and probably more firepower than you need. I actively do
it both ways though.


On 11/9/05, Cees De Groot <cdegroot at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/9/05, Wouter Gazendam <w.f.b.gazendam at ag5.nl> wrote:
> > All urls generated by seaside are like
> > '/seaside/application?_s=EVRHMZeOuliCYeOO&_k=WnwLuHGE', which, of
> > course won't end up back to the client. How do I get my seaside urls
> > prefixed with 'https://myapp.com/extra_prefix' ? I'm running VW with
> > SeasideForSwazoo.
> You'll need mod_rewrite for that. I can't access the file right now,
> but if you don't manage by your own, ping me (e.g. tonight on #squeak
> on freenode.net <http://freenode.net>) and I'll dig the necessary magic
> incantations up from
> my tric.nl <http://tric.nl> config (which removes rather than adds a
> prefix but the
> idea should be the same)
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