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From "Woonsan Ko (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (APA-15) IFrame Portlet : Reverse proxied url replacement option to allow cross site scripting and Auto-resizing of height option
Date Tue, 15 Sep 2009 15:17:57 GMT

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Woonsan Ko updated APA-15:
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    Fix Version/s: apa-webcontent-1.1
      Description: 
IFrame portlet needs to have auto-resizing of its height option.
To accomplish this feature, the IFrame src url should be in the same domain as the hosting
portal page.
However, in many cases, the hosted iframe src url could be an external domain url.
So, if there's a reverse proxy provider with the same domain for the external domain url,
the IFrame portlet should be able to replace the external url to a local proxied url.

       Issue Type: New Feature  (was: Improvement)
          Summary: IFrame Portlet : Reverse proxied url replacement option to allow cross
site scripting and Auto-resizing of height option  (was: Auto-resizing height option in IFrame
portlet when the url source in the same domain)

> IFrame Portlet : Reverse proxied url replacement option to allow cross site scripting
and Auto-resizing of height option
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: APA-15
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/APA-15
>             Project: Portals Apps
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: apa-webcontent
>    Affects Versions: apa-webcontent-1.0
>            Reporter: Woonsan Ko
>            Assignee: Woonsan Ko
>             Fix For: apa-webcontent-1.1
>
>
> IFrame portlet needs to have auto-resizing of its height option.
> To accomplish this feature, the IFrame src url should be in the same domain as the hosting
portal page.
> However, in many cases, the hosted iframe src url could be an external domain url.
> So, if there's a reverse proxy provider with the same domain for the external domain
url, the IFrame portlet should be able to replace the external url to a local proxied url.

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