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From Roman Medina-Heigl Hernandez <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Mixing rewrite with authn_dbd: Rewriting based on path value stored in mysql table
Date Mon, 11 May 2009 19:49:20 GMT
Bob Ionescu escribió:
> 2009/3/2 Roman Medina-Heigl Hernandez <>:
>> More comments:
>> - at the beginning I tried something like:
>>               RewriteBase /stats
>>               RewriteCond $1 !^%{REMOTE_USER}/
>>               RewriteRule ^/clientes/(.*)
>> /stats/%{REMOTE_USER}/stats/http/$1 [PT]
>> The problem is that you cannot have %{REMOTE_USER} as 2nd parameters in
>> RewriteCond, so I have no way for comparing it with $1
> -didn't read all-; but you can compare it with a regEx internal backreference.
> RewriteBase /stats
> RewriteCond %{REMOTE_USER}<>$1 !^([^<]+)<>\1

Could you explain that, please? I didn't know that syntax...

> RewriteRule ^/clientes/(.*) /stats/%{REMOTE_USER}/stats/http/$1 [L]

Why did you removed PT and used L?

Wow!!!! I must say I'm frankly amazed, it seems it's working!! :-O  But I'd
like to understand it in depth. Please, Bob, could you explain the trick to
me? :)))))

Thank you!!!



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