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From Henry Saputra <>
Subject Re: Gadgets iFrame page under proxy
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2013 07:19:33 GMT

I am sorry for the late reply.

I am not too familiar with BonCode connector but if it makes your website
as proxy to connect to Tomcat then calling
should hit the Tomcat server and route the request to ROOT web application
which is the Shindig.

The /gadgets is actually "servlet mapping" path which is like virtual path
where the request to that path will be handled Java servlet class.
In this case /gadgets should be handler by GadgetRenderingServlet class.

When you said "cannot load gadget" what happen when you make request to

Is there anything in the BonCode log or Tomcat <TOMCAT ROOT>/log directory?

Once we resolve this issue, we could move on to actually incorporate
OpenSocial container that will manage gadget rendering in your page.

- Henry

On Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 5:44 AM, Vyacheslav Muhtarjants <> wrote:

> Hello.
> I am an ASP.NET developer who has been involved in integration of Java
> Shindig with ASP.NET web site. Following this
> video<> I
> installed Tomcat and Shindig to my Windows server, checked the iFrame
> gadgets page
> http://localhost:8080/gadgets/ifr?url=
> ensured that it worked under Tomcat. Then I connected a separate IIS
> web site and Shindig on Tomcat via BonCode connector that forwards
> requests, coming to MY_SITE, to Shindig on Tomcat. So I have created a
> proxy.
> But I have a trouble that I cannot load any gadget through
> http://MY_SITE/gadgets/ifr?url=
> I suppose gadgets/ifr is a virtual path.
> I would be very appreciated if somebody could hint me what I am doing wrong
> and what I should configure? Which side should it be: IIS or Tomcat?
> --
> Slava Muhtarjants
> ASP.NET/C# <> Developer
> RUS Wizards LLC
> Skype: slava.muhtarjants

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