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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] GET request on a directory
Date Fri, 23 Oct 2009 21:15:14 GMT
Eric Covener wrote:
> If the files listed in  DirectoryIndex aren't found
> (,
> and your effective value of the Options directive includes "Indexes"
> (, then this
> module shows you a directory listing:
> If Options does not include "Indexes", you'll get a forbidden error instead.
> If one of the files in the DirectoryIndex list are present, it's just displayed.

Not even thinking of contradicting what Eric writes above, but just as 
an addition to it :

I think what may confuse you is the following :
In your URL


the part after the "?" is considered not as part of the URL, but as the 
"query string".  So the real URL Apache is looking for is


and then, what Eric write above applies.
In other words, you would get just the same result from Apache by 
entering just


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