Using AJP with FishEye
You can use the AJP protocol to proxy inbound requests from a web server through to an application server that sits behind the web server.
AJP expects requests to be pre-authenticated via an external server before arriving at FishEye. Typically, this would be a web server (e.g. Apache) configured to perform password and role checking for a given URL. If successful, the server forwards the request to the FishEye server using the AJP protocol.
For FishEye to use AJP authentication, the following two values must be configured. See also Server Settings:
- The AJP Bind Address must be set per FishEye instance.
- The user's Auth Type must be set to 'ajp'.
To configure Apache HTTP Server to forward all requests for
/fisheye to a Fisheye instance with an AJP Bind address of
localhost:8009, on the same machine, ensure that the Apache
proxy_ajp_module module is enabled, and add these lines to the
VirtualHost you wish to serve FishEye through:
To configure Apache HTTP Server so that all requests to Apache for the path
/fisheye are forwarded to a FishEye instance on the same machine with an AJP bind address of
localhost:8009, add these lines to your Apache configuration:
Then, create a file under
/path/to/workers.properties and add:
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