Using 2 domains

Created by Steve Place, Modified on Wed, 06 Sep 2023 at 05:40 PM by Steve Place

If your BASE_URL and STARDOG_EXTERNAL_ENDPOINT are set to two different domains (e.g., stardog.acme.com and stardog-launchpad.acme.com), you may get a CORS error. If you're able to connect to Launchpad but can't get any of the applications to work, check for a message in your browser console like this:


Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource.


This message means your browser is not allowing the page you're currently on to make a request to a different domain (i.e., origin) than the one that served that web page.


To avoid this error, you need to allow both domains with the `cors.allowed.origins` property in stardog.properties. In this case of the domains above, it would be set to:

cors.allowed.origins=http://stardog.acme.com, http://stardog-launchpad.acme.com
If you're using Kubernetes, you can set this property with `additionalStardogProperties` in your values.yaml file.


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