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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12355] - SSLVerifyClient directive in location make post to PHP script impossible
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 15:47:31 GMT
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SSLVerifyClient directive in location make post to PHP script impossible





------- Additional Comments From dennison_william@bah.com  2004-02-09 15:47 -------
I have attempted usage of all posts in this bug to date.  I have used the patch,
no dice.  I have altered my configurations as noted by the posts mentioning that
the bug will not be enabled with a configuration change, again no dice.  I have
also used several configurations noted in errors by the apache software and
nothing works.  I always get "SSL Re-negotiation in conjunction with POST method
not supported!" when the SSL is renegotiated and the next method is a POST
instead of a GET.

I find it hard to swallow ("because I am a huge fan of Apache and mod_ssl"),
that Apache organization would make such a glaring flaw in the 2.0 builds
considering all this worked great in the 1.3 builds.  My final resolution
because I am in a production environment (until Apache org. fixes the problem).
 Go back to the 1.3 build ASAP.

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