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From Rainer Jung <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Upgrade 1.3.12 -> 2.2.16: Reverse Proxy issues [WAS: Jserv issue ???]
Date Tue, 14 Sep 2010 22:26:29 GMT
On 14.09.2010 01:15, Sander Temme wrote:
> On Sep 13, 2010, at 10:57 AM, Mike Schleif wrote:
>> Does NOT work:
>> <a href=".\VENDWEB_201_vi_3M_0.pdf">
>> DOES work:
>> <a href="VENDWEB_201_vi_3M_0.pdf">
>> Actually, the former works with IE, but does NOT work with Firefox. Editing the former
to the latter, the latter works with both IE and Firefox.
>> Is this the type of problem that the HTML and/or XML modules will resolve?  Is this
automatic?  Or, dependent on configuration of modules?
> Yes, that's what that/those modules are for.  You'll have to explicitly specify which
strings to search-and-replace: the module is not so smart that it can figure out what to do
by itself.
> And, as you noted earlier, you will need to round up some Windows builds of some additional

... or use mod_substitute which is part of standard Apache. The 
replacement task seems easy enough so that you can describe it as a 
simple search and replace.

All this info is based on the assumption, that you didn't include a typo 
above, i.e. there is really a backslash in the problematic URL.



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