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I tried to put the OpenERP Server behind a proxy and change the URL for the Web Client to run under a subdirectory?
How to achieve that it is possible to request the proxy (i.e.
https://www.proxy-domain.com/oerp/) and make it completely work?
Is there anywhere an easy config or central place to change the basepath of the webapplication?
I do not actually want to proxy all the root URLs like
/module_name/static/, etc. (which is called by dynamic components) to the related root path in the backend.
I actually do know the
/oerp/ (i.e.: /oerp/web/static/...).
Any ideas, comments and experiences about this issue would be appreciated?
There is a server option --proxy-mode that is intended to "Enable correct behavior when behind a reverse proxy". We used this mode so that the user invitation email would contain a correct link.
We used apache:
<VirtualHost 10.jjj.kk.hh:80> # Define server specific information. ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org ServerName openerp.aaaaaa.net # Configure reverse proxy. ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost Off <Location /> ProxyPass http://10.nnn.mmm.kk:8069/ ProxyPassReverse http://10.nnn.mmm.kk:8069/ Order allow,deny Allow from all </Location> </VirtualHost>
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