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Server Request Problem

Tarun Chatterjee

Joined: Mar 07, 2005
Posts: 25
In one of the testing environments where we were testing a request re-direction.

We have a Apache Server primarily for load balancing and acts as a gateway and we have a clustered WebLogic Server as an Web and App server.

When we try to redirect a request using HttpClient to an external system from the WebLogic Server, the requests goes to the Apache Server .
Is there any way i can directly hit the external system without going through the Apache Server.

I would want all incoming requests from Apache to WebLogic Server but outgoing requests from WebLogic to External system.
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