proxypass-like behaviour of CMS content block
uncoolbob at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 21:46:07 GMT 2009
Thanks Mike, that looks like exactly what we need. I would never have
found that in a million years.
I'll have a play around with varnish, drupal and one of our tomcat
back-ends. I think the page title could be tricky, but we could pull
the relevant info out of the request_uri in the CMS (we have to do
something like this already so no big deal).
On Sat, Nov 14, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Mike Whitaker <mike at altrion.org> wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a way to get proxypass-like behaviour inside a
>> CMS, so that the content block (div, whatever) of every page below a
>> certain level, say
>> http://mysite.org/app1, would be generated by the back-end web application?
>> (So that the trailing path and any vars were passed through of course,
>> e.g. http://mysite.org/app1/foo/bar?var=123)
> Sounds like you want vanish and ESI.
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