I have 2 servers in the same network.
One server (server1) has installed CA Unified Self Service and CA Service Catalog and in the other one (server2) has the Apache Reverse proxy configured. The CA USS and CA SC are configured in port1 and port2 ports respectly. The whole idea is to navigate to each application throught the apache but only for the 80 port in order to centralice the access to one point throught the proxy.
I had configured the integration URL in CA USS for CA SC succesfully, but the problem I got is when I'm trying to get login into CA USS with URL server1/web/frontoffice from the 80 port the page redirects to the original port of CA USS which is port2 like: http://server2:port2/web/frontoffice and the browser error is: This site can’t be reached
In the apache logs portal access said:
***.***.***.server1 - - [22/Feb/2019:17:40:30 -0300] "POST /web/frontoffice/login?p_auth=SU84BLpW&p_p_id=58&p_p_lifecycle=1&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&p_p_col_id=column-1&p_p_col_count=1&saveLastPath=0&_58_struts_action=%2Flogin%2Flogin&_58_doActionAfterLogin=false HTTP/1.1" 302 -
As you can see I got http 302 status in log access file of ca uss.
Now if I get into CA SC with the URL: http://server2/usm/wpf the access is granted and the designed URL remains without showing a different port. So what I'm missing here aboout CA USS. I don't use other application like CA Single Sign-On or anything else.
Thanks for the help.
In the portal-ext.properties file add the "web.server.http.port=80" variable, but you lost the localaccess unless configure locally on server1 the port=80 with additional connector.
Thanks for the answer. I do actually configure in portal-ext.properties file add the "web.server.http.port=80" variable, but can you be more specific how I do the additional connector?
Thanks for the help you can provide me.
The new connector is defined in the USS server.xml file, directory OSOP/tomcat-7.0.40/conf. copy from the original connector (generally is 8686) and modify the port attribute.