Instance details: Confluence running as a windows service on windows server 2008 R2. Using Microsoft SQL server 2008.
We ran into an issue with our previous baseurl in regards to Oauth. A suggestion we followed was to modify the baseurl to reflect the fully qualified name of the DNS entry we made a long time ago. IE. http://wiki => http://wiki.<companyname>.com. But now we run into problems with links that use http://wiki/<rest of the link>. When a user is logged in at http://wiki.<companyname>.com, and they follow the link with just http://wiki, they are prompted to log in again. There is no clear answer in the community about how is this remedied so far.
I was able to dig through answers.atlassian.com and found a question very similar to mine:
This put me on the right path. urlrewrite is a great tool if you know what your are doing. It helps if you know a web developer to assist with this. Here is the manual for urlrewrite:
For my Solution, follow my first link and review Jim Burch's answer.
Unfortunately, I am not using Linux in any of my instances. so the sed commands in the doc you suggested.
Option 2 looks close, and I am willing to try, but my question with that would become a DBA question in regards to reinjesting a txt file to a database. Do know anyone who has confirmed this works?
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