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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28173] - Customizable error responses don't work the way they are intended to
Date Sun, 04 Apr 2004 15:12:37 GMT
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Customizable error responses don't work the way they are intended to





------- Additional Comments From Rolf.Sponsel@kstr.lth.se  2004-04-04 15:12 -------
I'm glad to be able to confirm that this is NOT an issue, after having
thoroughly tested all possible situations I could think of. Even in case of
involving virtual hosts.

Unless one places the 'Alias /error/include/ "..."' directive after the 'Alias
/error/ "..."' directive I cannot repeat any previous problems.

Although the SSI related problems occured due to having moved 'error/include' to
'error-include' (i.e. to the same level as 'error'), at the same time as having
defined 'Alias /error/include/ "/usr/local/apache2/error-include/"' but having
put it AFTER 'Alias /error/ ...'. Because 'Alias /error/include/ ...' in this
case is ignored, SSI - of course - couldn't find the files residing in the
'include' sub-directory of directory 'error'.

I have no explanation to why I still got the same error after having moved the
'Alias /error/include/ ...' directive BEFORE the 'Alias /error/ ...' directive,
other than having forgotten to restart the server or having forgotten to clear
my browsers cache. Anyway, that doesn't matter. The important thing is that it
works.

Thus I have to do a "pudel", and appologize for the doubts my false alarm may
have caused.

Kind Regards,
Rolf Sponsel

BTW, Yes I think it might be good to point this out in the
documentation/httpd-std.conf file, unless this is not the default behaviour when
using the 'Alias' directive. I couldn't find that information in the Apache2
documentation.

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