* Leonardo Graf ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [010103 09:16]:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to use the SiteAccess Product as discribed in the HowTo: Using 
> Apache with ZServer (NOT Zope.cgi). Unforunately things don't work as 
> described.
> My ZServer is listening on www.myserver.com:9080/somesite. I would like to 
> be able to access the ZServer through apache via the URL www.somesite.com 
> (to do virtual hosting).
> The ProxyPass directives work well (the pages get served properly), but the 
> URL's in my pages still contain the complete URL's of the ZServer, like 
> <img src="http://www.myserver.com:9080/somesite/images/some.gif"> instead 
> of <img src="http://www.somesite.com/images/some.gif">. The same is true 
> for normal links. Ok, it's not so bad, things work (no broken links), but 
> it is a little bit ugly. I thought the SiteAccess Product should handle 
> these problems, by putting a SiteRoot object in the somesite folder.
> Or do I have to write an AccessRule ? And how would that look like ?
> Thanks a lot, regards, Leonardo Graf

It sounds like your SiteRoot object doesn't have "Base" (aka the
Base URL) set correctly.

It should be set to:

The SiteAccess Rule is only needed if you have *multiple* hosts
served out from one host.  You sound like you only have one.


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