My project has used Confluence and Jira for about a year now and have over a hundred users who know and use these links daily. We recently set up a proxy for those outside of our network to access these sites. At the moment, the url for our confluence, for example, is still https://confluence.mycompany.com:8443.
Now that we have set up a proxy, we had to add /wiki to the end of the url by modifying 'path"/wiki"' in server.xml for it to work properly. So users can now access confluence from the proxy, when outside of our network, at https://proxy.mycompany.com:8443/wiki or at the original server https://confluence.mycompany.com:8443/wiki.
I have now changed my baseurl to include /wiki on the end. Since the users are already familiar with the original url, I want to redirect that original url, https://confluence.mycompany.com:8443, to https://confluence.mycompany.com:8443/wiki, but haven't been able to figure out how to do it properly.
I have added a redirect in index.html that redirects https://confluence.mycompany.com to https://confluence.mycompany.com:8443/wiki but I can't figure out a redirect that works with the port number on the end, as in the original url. Some suggestions I've read suggest a proxy, but I'm already proxying to another server. Any help would be appreciated!
Hi there, you may modify the web-inf/urlrewrite.xml. There are some examples of how to create redirect rules at the following links:
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