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From Nicolas Vervelle <nicolas.verve...@steria.com>
Subject Re: Configuration of .htaccess file
Date Mon, 26 Sep 2005 08:00:39 GMT
Euh ... why don't you post in the Apache mailing list ?
You're in the Ant mailing list ...

Frank Arensmeier wrote:

> Hi.
>
> I am new to Apache and I ran into a problem which I haven't found a 
> solution for yet. My server is Apache 1.3.33 on Mac OS X (the bundled 
> version). I am looking for a way to configure a .htaccess file the 
> following way:
>
> 1) in a certain path of my webserver, all 404 errors should be grabbed 
> and forwarded to a PHP script
> 2) I don't want Apache to send any headers before the PHP script
> 3) For your information only: The request is checked by the script and 
> the script will output a 404 header under some circumstances.
>
> The most important part for me is the second one. For now my .htaccess 
> file only contains the following:
>
> ErrorDocument 404 /link_to_PHP_script.php
>
> Obviously, this does not prevent Apache from sending a header with a 
> 404 message. I saw in the Apache manual a module called ErrorHeader, 
> but I am not quite sure how to use this. When I extend the .htaccess 
> file with, e.g. ErrorHeader unset 404, my server gives my an internal 
> configuration error. And then, if I would unset a 404 header, would 
> the other part ("ErrorDocument 404 ...") still trigger the PHP script?
>
> Google was not my friend this time, I would like to add.
>
> Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Regards,
> Frank
>
>
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