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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Cross-domain problem
Date Sun, 19 Oct 2008 09:01:14 GMT

I don't know proxy configurations well enough myself to provide any more 
help, but here are a few tips for posting on this list :

- try not to post the same message 3 times to the list, or directly to 
people unless you are specifically asked to do so.
- avoid subjects like "APACHE question".
Since this is the official support mailing list for the Apache httpd 
server, readers here already guess that you have an Apache problem or 
question. You will get more, and better help if you state clearly in the 
subject what the issue really is, within Apache httpd.
- also avoid subjects like "HELP !" or "*URGENT*", that kind of thing.
It tends to put off people, particularly the CAPITALS, which on mailing 
lists is considered a bit like screaming in real life.

So maybe re-post your message, with an appropriate subject like "reverse 
proxy help requested", and describing clearly what you are trying to do, 
the type of systems you use, the version of Apache you are using on each 
system, etc.. Generally, the more information you provide about the 
issue, the better.
There are people here who know that subject better than others, so that 
subject will attract them, and you have a better chance of getting help 

It also helps to read the documentation, when it is available and good, 
like it usually is for Apache httpd.
For example, this :

Please note that, at this stage, your problem has nothing to do anymore 
with xmlhttprequest or cross-domain scripting.

You just want HTTP requests like
to be "reverse-proxy-ed" by server1 "", to server2 

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