[OpenLayers-Users] proxy.cgi and OS X Server (solved the hard
asle.benoni at gmail.com
Fri May 22 11:05:19 EDT 2009
Although one can feel so alone with a problem at some times. It works now
and that is what matters for me. So now I am glad I can focus on OpenLayers
But as you say I should maybe have directed this more to the JS community.
2009/5/22 Christopher Schmidt <crschmidt at metacarta.com>
> On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 10:56:27AM +0200, Asle Benoni wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Just want to share my experience with OpenLayers proxy.cgi on OS X
> > It seems no one on this list is using OS X Server. If you search on the
> > you will see my frustrations with problems related to proxy.cgi. I tested
> > this on OS X 10.5 client and it seemed to work fine while with OS X 10.5
> > Server it was not possible. So I reinstalled the server and downgraded
> > OS X Server to OS X client. Everything works fine now! So the quick
> > is to forget trying to get it to work on OS X Server. On OS X 10.5 client
> > works just fine. I will not go back to OS X Server to try to solve it
> > I have used far too much time on this issue. Tomcat and MapServer was
> > to get up running also.
> For the record, proxy.cgi is intended only to act as a demonstration of
> how to set up a proxy. There are many tools for proxying URLs -- from
> the built in mod_proxy in Apache, to numerous other tools available by
> searching on Google. The reason that you will likely receive limited
> support is that this is *not* something specific to OpenLayers, but
> (I hate that term) community.
> I recommend broadening your horizons beyond OpenLayers if you are
> interested in solving this problem.
> (Without OS X Server to try, I have no interest in remote debugging
> software that's only tangentinally OpenLayers related.)
> Best Regards,
> Christopher Schmidt
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