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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved Resolved
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Incomplete
    • Affects Version/s: 1.2
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      Hi,

      as I wrote, my recent changes feed pointed to localhost. This was caused by my
      proxy setup. The apache web server forwarded the request to localhost:8080 and
      jamwiki took the information from the request uri to build the feed entry
      uris.

      Now there's a configuration setting "Server URL". Shouldn't the feed servlet
      rather use this base URI?

      Regards,

      Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro

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        Thomas Koch
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        What to do, if SSL is handled by a proxying Apache in front of JamWiki? Apache might always forward to http:// for both SSL and non SSL connections.

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        Thomas Koch
        added a comment - What to do, if SSL is handled by a proxying Apache in front of JamWiki? Apache might always forward to http:// for both SSL and non SSL connections.
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        Ryan Holliday
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        Apologies for the long delay. I finally got around to looking at this, and the RSS meta tags are all relative URLs:

        <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes" href="/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed" />
        <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes including minor changes" href="/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?minorEdits=true" />
        <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes linking to changed version" href="/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?linkToVersion=true" />
        <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes including minor changes and linking to changed version" href="/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?minorEdits=true&amp;linkToVersion=true" />
        

        When you ran into problems, were the RSS URLs somehow not rendered as relative URLs? Did it pick up RSS links from somewhere other than the meta tags? Again, I don't use RSS and the original implementation was done by someone else, so any further clarification would be hugely helpful.

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        Ryan Holliday
        added a comment - Apologies for the long delay. I finally got around to looking at this, and the RSS meta tags are all relative URLs: <link rel= "alternate" type= "application/rss+xml" title= "Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes" href= "/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed" /> <link rel= "alternate" type= "application/rss+xml" title= "Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes including minor changes" href= "/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?minorEdits= true " /> <link rel= "alternate" type= "application/rss+xml" title= "Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes linking to changed version" href= "/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?linkToVersion= true " /> <link rel= "alternate" type= "application/rss+xml" title= "Wiki Recent Changes (en): Recent Changes including minor changes and linking to changed version" href= "/wiki/en/Special:RecentChangesFeed?minorEdits= true &amp;linkToVersion= true " /> When you ran into problems, were the RSS URLs somehow not rendered as relative URLs? Did it pick up RSS links from somewhere other than the meta tags? Again, I don't use RSS and the original implementation was done by someone else, so any further clarification would be hugely helpful.
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        Ryan Holliday
        added a comment -

        Closing as incomplete per last comment.

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        Ryan Holliday
        added a comment - Closing as incomplete per last comment.

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            Ryan Holliday
            Reporter:
            Ryan Holliday
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