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Running a Jaggery Javascript App Inside Proxy

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Running a Jaggery Javascript App Inside Proxy

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In this post I'm going to illustrate how to run a jaggery (javascript) App inside a proxy.

[1] Stop jaggery server if it is running.

[2]Go to <jaggery-Home>/bin/ from CMD

[3]Entry 'server.bat -Dhttp.proxyPort=<proxy-port> -Dhttp.proxyHost=<proxy-host>'
eg:
server.bat -Dhttp.proxyPort=8085 -Dhttp.proxyHost=localhost

Now jaggery server/ Apps will running inside proxy server.

To test this you can try tcp moon. (for http calls)

[4.1]Start tcpmoon
[4.2]Create new tcpmoon proxy that is listerning to that prxoy port (Here is 8085)


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[4.3]Go to the tap 'port 8085' in tcp moon

[5] Send jaggery web request (You can try it from jaggery documentation)

https://localhost:9443/apidocs/xhr.jag

you will see the page in tryit.jag

[6]Go to tcpmoon port 8085

you will see that message that send from jaggery

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