After changing in base url, I am not able to access the confluenc wiki with new url. Still old url is working.
Old url : http//<serverName>:8080/pages
Changes url: http//myname.com/pages
After change the BaseUrl, i have restarted the Confluence service and tried to hit changed url,but not working. When I hit old url then confluence is working. I can not see any where the existing url in any config file/database/baseurl....everwhere changed url is visible, But still why my Confluence is pointing old url???
Please let know the steps to change url for Confluence Wiki and also let me know where I am missing?
The base url is a Confluence setting - it tells Confluence where you expect to reach it.
The url is determined by your DNS services
Confluence isnt pointing at your old url, it's your network that's doing it. You need to get the new url set up in your DNS system.
I have checked, everything is fine. DNS is not configured, not able to see under ->Control Panel | Administrative Tools -> . Is there anywhere else, we can check? Working on Windows server 2008. In server.xml: Port:8080
<Context path="/pages" docBase="../confluence" debug="0" reloadable="false">
There is no proxy setting.
We are Using AJP as connector. Where to check DNS entry related to Confluence, because we are access from client not from server in client network?
Is there any other file of confluence which have url related info, except server.xml, bandhana table and base url of admin page?
I am wondering from where the working url is coming. I have modified in BaseUrl, bandhana table but still old url is working.
Sorry, I misread this slightly, I thought you were changing the name, hence the reference to DNS, but all you're doing is trying to drop the 8080
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