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From William MacPhee <William.Macp...@exodus.net>
Subject RE: mod_rewrite/8298: Proxy option appears to have a bad rule
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2001 08:18:56 GMT
All I can see in the mod_rewrite docs is:
^/somepath(.*) /otherpath$1 [P]                 not supported, because
^/somepath(.*) http://thishost/otherpath$1 [P]  not supported, because
I need to be able to do something like:
^/somepath(.*) http://thishost/cgi-bin/productinfo?sku=$1 [P,L]
But this doesn't look like it's accepted (according to that second
rule above).  Have I missed something here?  It's quite possible
that I misunderstood one of the other flags that may do this, but I
don't see any others that look like they apply to this.

Bill MacPhee
Exodus, Japan

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> Synopsis: Proxy option appears to have a bad rule
> State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
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> State-Changed-When: Wed Sep  5 08:10:11 PDT 2001
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> No, you can do this with a RewriteRule.  You don't need
> to proxy.  Check the mod_rewrite docs.
> Thanks for using Apache.

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