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I'm using v1.8.2 on Red Hat Linux 8.0 (Tomcat connected to Apache with a JK2 connector)

Is there any way I can create HTTP links that resolve to the same server without hard-coding the servers IP address or fully qualified name?

If my server is named "bogus.cmu.edu" and (via JK2) "http://bogus.cmu.edu/jspwiki" is my JSP wiki site. Now this server is also running Bugzilla at "http://bogus.cmu.edu/bugs/" and Mailman at "http://bogus.cmu.edu/mailman/". So I want to create links from the JSP wiki site to these I use:

Go to [Bugzilla|http://bogus.cmu.edu/bugs/] \\
Go to [Mailman|http://bogus.cmu.edu/mailman/]

The problem (as I see it) is that the server name is hard coded and won't float with the Wiki installation. I'd really like to use relative links or a variable that includes the server name. Thoughts/ideas? Have I missed a rather obvious way to do this? Tim Halloran

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