Zope 2.9 says in the Virtual Host Monster About Tab: "For example, suppose Zope is running on port 8080 behind an Apache running on port 80. You place a Virtual Host Monster in the Zope root Folder, and use Apache to rewrite "/(.*)" to http://localhost:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/www.buystuff.com:80/buystuff.com/VirtualHostRoot/$1."
However, the following in my Apache 2.2 httpd file does not work: <VirtualHost *:80> RewriteEngine on DocumentRoot /var/www Servername goodbyeken.com RewriteRule /(.*) http://goodbyeken.com:8080/VirtualHostBase/http/www.goodbyeken.com:80/goodbyeken.com/VirtualHostRoot/$1 </VirtualHost> The above directive results in a Zope "resource not found" error. I have a Virtual Host Monster called myVHM in my Zope root directory. myVHM is able to do redirections that do not include the VirtualHostBase keyword. Why doesn't the VirtualHostBase keyword work?
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