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litespeed_wiki:proxy:lsws-as-a-websocket-proxy [2018/01/19 22:05]
Michael Alegre [Final Test: The Front End]
litespeed_wiki:proxy:lsws-as-a-websocket-proxy [2018/01/22 16:38]
Jackson Zhang [How to Configure LSWS as a WebSocket Proxy]
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-As you can see, it tested successfully +This screenshot shows a successful test. If it had failed, you would see a ''​Simple WebSocket Client undefined''​ error, like so:
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-If it had failed, you would see a ''​Simple WebSocket Client undefined''​ error, like so:+
  
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-Configure **URI** and **Address**.+Configure **URI** and **Address**. ​The URI can be a plain URI (starting with "/"​). The **URI** can be an exact match. If a plain URI ends with a "/",​ then this WebSocket backend will include all sub-URIs under this URI, such as **/sub/** should include /sub/001, /sub/002... etc.  However, the regular expression, such as ''/​sub/​*'',​ will **not** work for WebSocket. 
  
 Save and restart LSWS. Save and restart LSWS.
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