Wouter van Nifterick

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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
Hey, it's nice to see that it -should- be possible. Thanks for posting that link! Your previews work indeed. I do have the Proxy Base URL set up though, but it's not working. One of the lead developers of Geoserver confirmed that the Proxy Base URL is not used. But what is used instead then? I'll download the sourcecode to try to figure out how the URL's are generated. Frustrating... :)
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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
The Proxy Base URL points to the real machine. It has an address that is reachable from "outside". If the preview would use this address it would work. However, it insists on using localhost:8080.
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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
Hi, i'm running 2.1.2. I'm about to install 2.1.3 on a testserver to see if it breaks anything that we do.
Jan
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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
The layers are integrated in several (remote) systems (delphi desktop applications and web pages with openlayers). That all works fine. Really, i only want to modify the openlayers preview template so that it doesn't link to localhost. In my case, using / as a root instead of a hostname would be fine. I'm starting to realise that the "template" is compiled into geoserver, and there is no way to override this. Bummer. I'm a bit amazed that nobody seems to be bothered by having to modify the preview html in order to make it work, or having to run a browser on the webserver.
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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
Indeed, "preview" is supposed to show a layer. The problem is that it doesn't, because it points to localhost, and from the point of view of "my" machine, that's not where GeoServer runs. Btw, the production system accesses GeoServer via a proxy; all that is working. I understand that I can fix the broken HTML if I make a copy, but I'm looking for a way to change the template. I add layers all the time, so it's a big pita that I can only easily inspect new layers via a preview when I connect from a browser on the server. I don't always have that type of access to the server.
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comment GeoServer OpenLayers preview always points to localhost:8080
Thanks, that's useful information if I ever want to change the port. If I'd change the port, OpenLayers previews will still point to localhost though..
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comment WMS weather data for Europe
It's a bit harsh to downvote this to -2 though. If you're interested in weather data, this link is useful. +1
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