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Can CAXL be deployed to Tomcat?

matthew.sreeves
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The CAXL on-premise deployment guide describes how CAXL can be deployed to an Apache web server:

https://developer.cisco.com/site/jabber-websdk/develop-and-test/im-and-presence/xmpp-deployment-guide/index.gsp

Is it possible to deploy it to a Tomcat server instead?

Thanks

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npetrele
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You can deploy a CAXL application on any web server, including Tomcat. 

The instructions for Apache (and nginx) on the page you cited are instructions on how to solve the problem of cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) with a reverse proxy.  A reverse proxy tricks the system into thinking all requests are being made from the same origin.  For more information on CORS, here's the Wikipedia entry for CORS

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npetrele
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

You can deploy a CAXL application on any web server, including Tomcat. 

The instructions for Apache (and nginx) on the page you cited are instructions on how to solve the problem of cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) with a reverse proxy.  A reverse proxy tricks the system into thinking all requests are being made from the same origin.  For more information on CORS, here's the Wikipedia entry for CORS

Ok - thanks.

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