Proxied application - need to use full client-side library?

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  1. Kevin F
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    Posted 11 Aug 2010 Link to this post


    I am developing a web application that is accessed two ways: through a LAN and through a gateway.  It works fine when accessed over the LAN, but breaks when accessed over the gateway because of the AJAX in the application.  Of course the AJAX is there because there is substantial use of Telerik controls :)

    The problem is that there is a directory structure in the gateway URL.  When it tries to load the objects, it looks for /ScriptResource.axd?d=blob&t=timestamp and cannot find it, so none of the Telerik AJAX controls work properly.

    Anyway, I've read that you can force the ScriptManager to use static files.  I've set it to use a static Telerik.Web.UI file (as shown in the static client side library), but I see that isn't the only Telerik script that is loaded.  On one particular page (on which there are about 10 Telerik controls) I see there are numerous other calls to ScriptResource.axd that generate client side code to handle the Telerik controls.  Is there any way I can reference those in the <scripts> section of the <scriptmanager>, and perhaps save them as static files as well? 

    Or is there another solution to this gateway problem? 

  2. Kevin F
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    Posted 16 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    Just bumping this.  Has anyone had any experience with web apps behind a proxy/gateway?
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  4. Diego
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    Posted 17 Aug 2010 Link to this post

    I think you should ask your system administrators about this issue, but anyway try these links:
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