Ok - I will give mod_sed a try though I will have to compile it. Hopefully it will work in the version of apache. Yeah - i thought that was a bad idea though putting the config in <Location> did not work either.

Thanks

Ed

On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 4:48 PM, Nick Kew <nick@webthing.com> wrote:

On 12 Jun 2011, at 21:15, Edward Bailey wrote:

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>  ExtFilterDefine route mode=input intype=text/xml cmd="/bin/sed s/<CustomerId>001500<\/CustomerId>/<CustomerId>001500<\/CustomerId><customerId>001500<\/customerId>/g"

Not sure OTTOMH if that should work.  But using the same expression
with mod_sed would certainly be a far better solution.

> <Directory />

Now that's badly wrong.  You're exposing your entire filesystem
(GOTO security 101) while at the same time probably not configuring
the filter to apply to your application.  You should configure the filter
(mod_sed) in the same scope (likely a <Location>) as the handler
for your application.

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Nick Kew

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