I know this is in Apache & JBoss Configuration 101 but I just can't work it out.
I am configuring Apache 2.2.3 to use
mod_proxy_http to forward requests to JBoss 5.1.0 GA. The idea being that there will be multiple JBoss instances fronted by a single Apache.
Both JBoss and Apache are on the same physical box.
I have a configuration file in
conf.d which reads as follows:
Listen 8087 <VirtualHost *:8087> ProxyRequests Off <Proxy *> Order deny,allow Allow from all </Proxy> ProxyPass /admin-console http://127.0.0.1:8080/admin-console ProxyPassReverse /admin-console http://127.0.0.1:8080/admin-console <Location /admin-console> Order deny,allow Allow from all Options -Indexes FollowSymLinks </Location> </VirtualHost>
And I have JBoss listening on port 8080 bound to 127.0.0.1.
If I visit http://myServer:8087/admin-console I get the login prompt but the images are missing. If I then enter the username and password the browser gets redirected to:
So, obviously JBoss is sending URLs for images/CSS/etc and the
login.seam page which are localhost.
How do I change this? Is it a configuration in Apache, or should I change JBoss somewhere? If this is a change in JBoss, I would like it to be a global change as we will be installing many apps on each JBoss instance. Crucially I don't want JBoss to bind to the server's hostname so that it can be accessed directly at http://myServer:8080/admin-console.
Thanks in advance