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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23623] - Trailing /-character not ignored in the URL with ordinary files
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2003 08:50:09 GMT
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Trailing /-character not ignored in the URL with ordinary files





------- Additional Comments From liinu@uta.fi  2003-10-07 08:50 -------
The problem is the SSI. If SSI is used eg. via XBitHack and URL is
http://server/directory/foo.html/bar and if foo.html file has x-bit set then
this is a valid URL and one gets the foo.html from server.

Why would the SSI cause Apache to more or less ignore the /bar part of the URL
in the example above?

Is the /bar part in the example URL somehow significant when SSI is used and is
there a reason why it should not be dropped from the URL and rewrite URL to
match the situation?

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