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Open Workbench access via Reverse proxy


Article ID: 112261


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When using Open Workbench via reverse proxy, Save and save As function might fail.

Checking the access.log files we might find the session ID is missing on the POST request:

Access log without reverse proxy     There is session id at the end of URL.
xx.xx.xx.xx|[07Aug/2018:18:16:15 +0900]POST /niku/app?buildVersion=800
&version=117440512 HTTP/1.1|200|44|46|5903078__ED49B438-0A57-4084-90F8-A4BEA66F8AB9

Access log with reverse proxy           There is no session id at the end of URL
xx.xx.xx.xx|[07Aug/2018:18:13:36 +0900]POST /niku/app?buildVersion=800
&version=117440512 HTTP/1.1|200|59|18|


PPM needs to use the same session (Sticky Session) in a multi server environment.
Open Workbench also requires Sticky Session.


All environment


Configure Reverse proxy to enable Sticky Session.