Re: signOut and port

2012-01-10 Thread brettTi
Yea, I was already doing all that.  The issue was the :8443 in the url, which
is accurate but bothersome since we are trying to hide that with iptables.

Fixed it by throwing a RedirectToUrlException with the port number left out
of the url.



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Re: signOut and port

2012-01-03 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 5:38 PM, brettTi bret...@hotmail.com wrote:

 We're running a wicket app on jetty and having an issue with signout. The
 app
 runs on port 8443 and we have iptables redirecting from port 443.  This
 lets
 us go to https://ourap.lab without port numbers and without having the web
 app run as root.

 Everything is great until we do signout.  We have a LogoutPage that does
 this:

   AuthenticatedWebSession.get().signOut();
   setResponsePage(HomePage.class);

 Works fine, we get sent to the Login page.  Only problem is that the url
 has
 the :8443 port number in it.  For some reason, this is the end of the world
 for our users.

 Any ideas?  Thanks


Maybe a combination of these two things:

First, do the iptables packet redirection [1] - sounds like you have this
working.
Then, tell Wicket what port to send redirects to [2] - sounds like this may
fix your problem.

[1] http://wiki.eclipse.org/Jetty/Howto/Port80#Using_iptables
[2]
http://www.petrikainulainen.net/programming/tips-and-tricks/wicket-https-tutorial-part-one-creating-secure-webpages/


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