We are finding when we use apache webserver as a proxy to forward requests the calendar plugin is not working.

We setup an apache webserver to front our wiki requests so people don't have to enter a port number. but the calendar plugin does not appear to work when we do this.

example:

abc.com --> webserver forwards all requests to abc.com:8090.

when I have a team calendar and hit add event nothing happens. Also I don't see any events.

BUT if I put the port number in..

abc.com:8090 --> webserver forwards all requests to abc.com:8090.. team calendar works.

Is there a setting we can set to make the apache Proxy work with team calendars?

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Hi Jacob,

The problem might be related to the actual server base URL of Confluence. Of course the apache could be playing some role in this issue but what I would recommend is to make sure you are using the exact same URL that you use in the browser to access Confluence.

This doc may help you:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Configuring+the+Server+Base+URL

I'll leave this question open so someone else might know exactly what could be causing this if I'm not correct.

Rodrigo

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