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From "J.Lance Wilkinson" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Authentication based on QUERY STRING
Date Wed, 26 Jan 2011 18:38:18 GMT
Rich Bowen wrote:
> On Jan 26, 2011, at 10:52 AM, J.Lance Wilkinson wrote:
>> I have a developer who's using Apache 1.3.9 (supplied as Oracle HTTP server within
Oracle Application Express) and needs to SUPPRESS his default authentication (mod_cosign from when the user's QUERY_STRING contains the string ":25:".  Otherwise he wants
to continue to enforce his
>> authentication.
>> Thoughts?
> My first thought is "Holy cow, 1.3.9 was released in August 1999. Why the heck are you
using *that* dinosaur."
> Closely followed by, no, that's probably not possible, and especially not in something
that ancient.

	I'm certainly inclined to agree with you, but apparently Oracle
	disagrees.  There are apparently a multitude of custom Oracle
	modules which clearly, if they had Apache 2.x or Apache 2.2.x versions
	for, would be distributed and available thus making later versions
	of Apache feasible.

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