I'm using Jira and confluence, and try to configure a reverse proxying(IIS). First I configure my Jira service by this Guide, and it worked. Then I try to configure my confluence service using the same guide, and changed server.xml/web.xml, but it's not working.
My Jira site is http://office.demo.com/jira, and confluence should be http://office.demo.com/confluence. I can visit my confluence site by http://localhost:8090/confluence, and can't visit from http://localhost/confluence. It gives me a 404 error.
I think this problem is relevant with my IIS URL rewite configuration. Currently it looks like this:
Both of these sites' maching parrtern is "(.*)". Should I change the matching parrtern? Or how to modify it?
Localhost is fine for testing a service is running, but it always means "this machine".
Your tests on localhost are looking fine though - you've got Confluence on port 8090, context /confluence and you can see it there from localhost, but not on a different port.
Your next test should be to use the IIS interface - from another machine, try <ip address of server>:8090/confluence
Thanks Nic, I can visit demo:8090/confluence, but can’t visit demo/confluence.
I think it’s cause by conflicting of URL rewrite since my Jira and confluence is running on the same server. Specifically, I think it’s relevant with my URL rewriting matching parrtern. Currently both Jira and confluence is (.*), and probably IIS can’t detect which request is for Jira and which is for confluence.
Basicly I want my IIS configure as demo.com/Jira rewrite to demo.com:8080/Jira(this already worked), and demo.com/confluence rewrite to demo.com:8090/confluence(which currently not worked).
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