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From Maurizio Marini <mau...@datalogica.com>
Subject mod_proxy, cookies rewriting and ProxyPassCookie
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2002 07:18:17 GMT
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On Wednesday 25 September 2002 09:50 am, Graham Leggett wrote:
 >Rewriting cookies is quite a tricky thing to do, as there are many ways
 >that Apache might "get it wrong" while trying to translate them, 

Hi Graham,
first of all thnx for your quick answer, your help is always very appreciated.
Coming to subjet, i've applied ProxyPassCookie in 1.3.23-14 (sigh! this is the 
last in redHat :((( ) paching mod_proxy with 
http://www.wede.de/sw/mod_proxy/apache_mod_proxy-cookie.diff

I used ProxyPassCookie to rewrite path in cookies with success
I should use 1.3.26 at least (as you suggest me in a previuos post) to avoid 
problems with reversing more than one cookie at one time

and i was wondering if 
1] what you wrote ("there are many ways that Apache might "get it wrong" while 
trying to translate them") does apply to this patch, too; 
2] this patch is not included in your official mod_proxy for the same reason

thnx in advance
brgds
m.

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Maurizio Marini
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