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From "Day, Chuck" <chuck....@medtronic.com>
Subject [users@httpd] if directive not being respected in Apache 2.4.6
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2017 16:36:39 GMT
While trying to set a conditional parameter for the OpenIDC apache module, it seems the directive
is not being respected at run-time. For example:

<If "'foo' == 'foo'">
       Define locale1 fr-FR
</If>
<Else>
       Define locale1 en-UK
</Else>
OIDCAuthRequestParams locale=${locale1}


The value of locale is set to en-UK. Have tried string match(i.e. -strmatch) with same results.

Anyone successfully using the if directive in Apache 2.4 for a similar use-case? Thank You.
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