Re: [users@httpd] Reverse Proxy for Web Application (or adding it as extension to Apache web server)
On Sat, Sep 8, 2018 at 9:37 PM Osman Zakir <osmanzakir90@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That's asking a lot.
Did you disable the reverse proxy config? I'm surprised you "only"
had environment variable problems. Or did it not work at all and this
is just an unnecessary tangent?
> If I go back to the reverse proxy route, I'd have to take out the environment variables I guess.
This relationship doesn't make sense. If you had no proxy, you'd set
environment variables your backend server could see. Adding a reverse
proxy doesn't change anything.
>(unless there's a way to hide the Google Maps API Key and the currency API Access Key that I can use with a reverse proxy in Apache, so that I don't have put the keys in there directly--is there something like this?).
Hide from who?
> Either way, I do still need to know how to configure the vhosts configuration file (and the reverse proxy configuration in the httpd.conf file if I do go back to that--which I think I'll have to) so that when I navigate to the virtual host in the browser, I'll see the application I made.
If you have a working backend service, and you put the bog-standard
Apache reverse proxy in front of it, what specifically in terms of the
request or response isn't working?
Putting a reverse proxy in front of a backend service that doesn't
work isn't going to make it start working.
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