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Old 12-04-2012
Apache proxy for web app with ssl

I have a ubuntu server running subsonic as a web app. Currently the web interface is available from port 4040 for https connections and 4141 for https connections with the context /subsonic as follows:

I would like to loose the port number from the url and force all connections via ssl on port 443. I already have an active ssl connection using apache for my zarafa webaccess by following this guide:
But I am struggling to get the same to work for the subsonic web app, I think I need to use apaches proxy function??

Any help would be great!!

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Mojo - Duct tape for the HTML5 web! SYNOPSIS
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Mojo provides a flexible runtime environment for Perl real-time web frameworks. It provides all the basic tools and helpers needed to write simple web applications and higher level web frameworks such as Mojolicious. See Mojolicious for more! ATTRIBUTES
Mojo implements the following attributes. "home" my $home = $app->home; $app = $app->home(Mojo::Home->new); The home directory of your application, defaults to a Mojo::Home object which stringifies to the actual path. # Generate portable path relative to home directory my $path = $app->home->rel_file('data/important.txt'); "log" my $log = $app->log; $app = $app->log(Mojo::Log->new); The logging layer of your application, defaults to a Mojo::Log object. # Log debug message $app->log->debug('It works!'); "ua" my $ua = $app->ua; $app = $app->ua(Mojo::UserAgent->new); A full featured HTTP 1.1 user agent for use in your applications, defaults to a Mojo::UserAgent object. Note that this user agent should not be used in plugins, since non-blocking requests that are already in progress will interfere with new blocking ones. # Perform blocking request my $body = $app->ua->get('')->res->body; METHODS
Mojo inherits all methods from Mojo::Base and implements the following new ones. "new" my $app = Mojo->new; Construct a new Mojo application. Will automatically detect your home directory and set up logging to "log/mojo.log" if there's a "log" directory. "build_tx" my $tx = $app->build_tx; Transaction builder, defaults to building a Mojo::Transaction::HTTP object. "config" my $config = $app->config; my $foo = $app->config('foo'); $app = $app->config({foo => 'bar'}); $app = $app->config(foo => 'bar'); Application configuration. # Manipulate configuration $app->config->{foo} = 'bar'; my $foo = $app->config->{foo}; delete $app->config->{foo}; "handler" $app->handler($tx); The handler is the main entry point to your application or framework and will be called for each new transaction, which will usually be a Mojo::Transaction::HTTP or Mojo::Transaction::WebSocket object. Meant to be overloaded in a subclass. sub handler { my ($self, $tx) = @_; ... } SEE ALSO
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