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Incorrect action value in html's form created from h:form

 
Ilya Kudelin
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Hi,
I'm developing simple web project using jsf.
Under this activity I created a search form. The shema of jsf pages is next:
index.xhtmls contains <ui:include> and <h:form> tags. main.xhtml is included by default. <h:form> tag contains <h:commandButton> with parameter <f:param> which switch inclusion on index.xhtml to search.xhtml.
'action' atribute of <h:commandButton> sets to "#searchBean.search" which returns String "toSearch".
There is navigation rule added to faces-config:

I'm using tomcat server to run aplications. Ip address is assigned for this server, so it can be reached via Internet. Also customer has proxy, it is configured to resolve DNS name into IP of my server. IP URI to reach the application is http://<ip>/<application_name>/light/index.jsf DNS URI to reach the server is http://<application_name>.<customer_site>/light/index.jsf

When I'm using ip URI, search will work fine, but when I am using DNS URI, search's form 'action' attribute will be set into 'http://<application_name>.<customer_site>/<application_name>/light/index.jsf' in created HTML. (MUST be 'http://<application_name>.<customer_site>/light/index.jsf').

Please, help, what am I do wrong? Why does search form redirect to wrong location?
 
Ilya Kudelin
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Solution were found:
Change navigation rule description to associate commandButton with fake page and redirects from fake page to correct address.
Thanks,
 
Tim Holloway
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I think that you'll find that you can dispense with the indirection:



As I've said, there's a difference between resource paths and URL paths. They only look similar.
 
Ilya Kudelin
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Tim Holloway wrote:I think that you'll find that you can dispense with the indirection:


When I'm waiting the page will process form's request themself, yes.
Thanks for the comment.
 
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