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Make FileMaker Server 9 ignore webserver port?

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I have set up Filemaker Server Advanced setup and working just fine. I've got databases working over the web, but I want to do something kind of odd. The Apache web server that is hosting the web components is running on port 81 because I have a LightTPD web server running as my public facing server. I have several Rby on Rails apps being proxied through the LightTPD server. I have done the same with the Apache server but all the links FileMaker create add ":81", to themselves, thus forcing the web client to try to use that port. I want it to be going through 80.

Is it possible to tell FileMaker to not append that port number?

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if it uses anything other then port 80 it has to append the port. Any address that doesn't specify the port assumes its using port 80

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...Any address prefixed with "http://" assumes its using port 80 unless a different port is specified.

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It uses port 81, but its getting proxied though another server running on port 80, so I do not want it to append the port number. By appending the port number it screws things up.

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This has come up before. It may be that FMS 9 does not support proxy hosts.I will see what I can find out here.

Steven

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