OJS OCS OMP OHS

You are viewing the PKP Support Forum | PKP Home Wiki



Absolute to relative web address

Are you responsible for making OCS work -- installing, upgrading, migrating or troubleshooting? Do you think you've found a bug? Post in this forum.

Moderators: jmacgreg, michael, John

Forum rules
What to do if you have a technical problem with OCS:

1. Search the forum. You can do this from the Advanced Search Page or from our Google Custom Search, which will search the entire PKP site. If you are encountering an error, we especially recommend searching the forum for said error.

2. Check the FAQ to see if your question or error has already been resolved. Please note that this FAQ is OJS-centric, but most issues are applicable to both platforms.

3. Post a question, but please, only after trying the above two solutions. If it's a workflow or usability question you should probably post to the OCS Conference Support and Discussion subforum; if you have a development question, try the OCS Development subforum.

Absolute to relative web address

Postby bronskyblu » Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:17 am

Hi,

each link on my site, built by OCS, has all absolute addresses (i.e. "http://www.mysite.org/myconference/mypage.php") and this make me some problems cause I've an alternative domain that redirects to the first one (by proxy). I would like that all traffic come from the second domain continued to pass trough this one, back and forth reaching the main one (so users continue to read, in the address bar, "http://www.alternativedomain.com/myconference/mypage.php"). Now users that reach the conference site by the second domain are redirect completely to the main one, due to links.
I hope that it's possible to make the changes because part of the conference visibility depends from this point (not all countries reach the first domain!).

This lead me to a second question: can i make changes, also in config.inc.php file, without lost all the conference content, like added users, abstracts, etc.? Conference site is working properly already!

Greetings,

Gabriele
bronskyblu
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:36 am

Re: Absolute to relative web address

Postby jmacgreg » Tue Oct 05, 2010 2:56 pm

Hi Gabriele,

It sounds like for your first issue you will want to look into some URL rewriting. We don't support this directly -- it's a server issue, not an OCS one -- but you can search on the forum and elsewhere for advice, using keywords such as mod_rewrite and URL rewrite.

Regarding your second issue: Yes, you can modify your config.inc.php and you won't necessarily lose any content. What are you trying to do in this case?

Cheers,
James
jmacgreg
 
Posts: 4186
Joined: Tue Feb 14, 2006 10:50 am

Re: Absolute to relative web address

Postby bronskyblu » Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:09 pm

Hi James,

yes, it's true. At the end I found the solution through Apache (on the second server), rewriting each url appearing on all php page links. I would have liked to changes just an option in the config file (maybe one of the 'base_url{}') as easier way, because I did not experienced this issue in other php websites, buy I don't think this lead me to something useful.
Anyway now it works, even if this is not the best way, don't you? :)

Php pages are build by smarty templates, so i though also, as second chance, to lay hands on these files, but really I should say to don't know what I'm to do, so... what else?
Thanks and, of course, any other suggestion is welcome.

Cheers,
bronskyblu
 
Posts: 14
Joined: Sun Oct 03, 2010 4:36 am


Return to OCS Technical Support

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests