Try

<rewrite-dispatch>
   <moved-permanently regexp='^http://host.com'
target='http://www.host.com'/>
</rewrite-dispatch>

<rewrite-dispatch>
   <moved-permanently regexp='^https://www1.host.com'
target='https://www.host.com'/>
</rewrite-dispatch>

Resin will copy the tail of the URL for you.

-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Keith Fetterman
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2007 03:21
To: resin-interest@caucho.com
Subject: [Resin-interest] How do you rewrite the server name in 3.0.24

Hi,

I need to redirect URLs that contain host name aliases to our Web server
host name.  I see the resin.conf directive:

<rewrite-dispatch>
   <moved-permanently regexp='^/foo' target='/bar'/> </rewrite-dispatch>

But I can't figure out how to apply it to rewriting the host name.

For example.  Our host hame is "www.host.com".  If someone uses one of the
following URLs to visit our site, we need a 301 redirect to the same URL
with the host name replaced.  For example:

http://host.com/        => http://www.host.com/

or

https://www1.host.com/sercure/index.jsp  =>
                      https://www.host.com/sercure/index.jsp

thanks for the help.

Keith




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