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server.conf crossOriginSharingPolicy url format

BernardEAI
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I'm trying to set up some HTTP Origins for which to return Access-Control-Allow-* (CORS) headers. According to the Splunk documentation, I need to add these to the [httpServer] stanza of the server.conf file, under the crossOriginSharingPolicy heading. I'm getting a problem when the url has a slash in it, like:

https://address.test.frontend.aws.cloud/network

Splunk raises an error during server start, with the following message:

ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10

I think the issue is due to the slash in the url, I tested removing the /network part and the server started fine.

 

 

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ITWhisperer
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Why do you need the /network part - shouldn't this just be a server address rather than access path?

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ITWhisperer
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Why do you need the /network part - shouldn't this just be a server address rather than access path?

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