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Jigsaw proxy question

From: Venu Vasudevan <venu@objs.com>
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 22:56:48 -0700
Message-ID: <3410F0A0.6D6@objs.com>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
I am interested in using a Jigsaw proxy server (1.0 alpha 5) to map some
incoming requests  to GETs on resources local to the proxy server. So if
http://tatung:9999 is the proxy, I might want to map the request
http://<alias_urlpath>,  to http://tatung:9999/<real_urlpath>. 

By attaching an ingoingFilter to the root ProxyDirectory and using
setURLPath, I was able to modify the incoming request to a local
resource but not with quite the desired results. What I end up GETting
is http://localhost:9999/<real_url>, not http://tatung:9999/<real_url>
(I see no evidence that my overloaded GET method on <real_url> is being
invoked). 

Would appreciate any pointers on whether the filter-on-ProxyDirectory 
is the right way to go, and if so some further detail.

Regards,
Venu
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Received on Saturday, 6 September 1997 02:02:29 GMT

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