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honor X-Forwarded-Host header for url computation

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This issue is similar to #535 in that it deals with X-Forwarded* headers being inspected during url construction. The X-Forwarded-Host header is extremely useful if you’re behind a reverse proxy and need HATEOAS links to contain the proper host. Otherwise, you’re forced to statically define a crnk.domain-name which may not always be feasible / desirable.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:7 (7 by maintainers)

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remmeiercommented, Oct 23, 2019

CrbkBoot or CrnkBootConfigurer allows to set a new one

Erik Smith schrieb am Mi., 23. Okt. 2019, 14:53:

@remmeier I’ve confirmed that the updated (auto) configuration of Tomcat via Spring Boot 2.2.0 is working as expected in regards to the X-Forwarded-Host header. However, I may need to provide my own ServiceUrlProvider since the context root of my proxy is different than the implementation where crnk is running. Do you have any instructions / tips / hints on how I would go about doing that?

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datagitliescommented, Oct 28, 2019

@remmeier I was able to get the desired behavior by using Spring Boot 2.2.0 and providing my own ServiceUrlProvider implementation via a CrnkBootConfigurer I’ll go ahead and close this issue. Thanks for you help!

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