Last updated on MAY 24, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Weblogic Server - Version: 10.3.4
Information in this document applies to any platform.
For a known scenario as per the below usecase:
browser(SSL) -> F5 (terminates ssl) -> (HTTP) Apache ->(HTTP) WebLogic
In other words, there is SSL from browser to F5, where SSL terminates. Request is then forwarded to a group of Apache web servers, and the WebLogic proxy forwards the request to a cluster of WebLogic servers.
In previous releases, setting the 'frontend' host and port/ssl port yielded the correct Webervice endpoint, which is the address of F5:
In this correct scenario the protocol is SSL and the port is 443.
In 10.3.4, the same configuration gives a endpoint address of :
In other words, the incorrect result is not SSL and uses the default non-SSL port rather than the default SSL port. In this scenario the plugin parameter WLProxySSL was set to ON.
Also tested was setting the flag -Dweblogic.wsee.useRequestHost=true, which had the same result.
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