Mon Dec 19 15:31:07 CET 2005
You may want to take a look at: http://www.snookles.com/erlang/tcpbalance/
>So you need a http proxy written in erlang. There isn't anything
>opensource at the moment. You can try merging the minimal http servers
>written by Joe/Sean* and try modifying them to forward requests using
>ibrowse. You'll have to read the relevant sections of RFC2616 to see
>what parts you have to implement.
>Or you can ask Klacke nicely to see if he'll build proxy support into yaws.
>[*] Sean Hinde's webserver is called iserve and I think you'll find it
>at trapexit.org. Joe Armstrong's webserver is at his website. A quick
>search of the erlang mailing list archives should work.
>On 16/12/05, Tony Zheng <tzheng@REDACTED> wrote:
>>We have installed a Java Web server on Solaris 10 platform and the
>>client is POS(windows CE platform) supported HTTP protocol. The
>>communication between POS and Java web server should pass through a
>>gateway programed by Erlang. That is:
>>POS client<----->Gateway(Erlang)<----->Java web server
>>So the Erlang gateway should received a https over TCP/IP using a
>>standard URL format like this:
>>I want to program a gateway in server by Erlang, it can get some http
>>format request from client and response http format to client. are there
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