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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25543] - mod_usertrack does not set the cookie if the request is reverse-proxied
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2006 17:11:23 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From romain.bourgue@agriculture.gouv.fr  2006-01-06 18:11 -------
Hi,

I think that I have the same problem with the following situation :
I use the SSO authentication module "mod_cas" to authenticate users on a reverse
proxied site (Apache 2.0.55 debian).

Problem : Everytime mod_cas tries to set a cookie for the user the Set-Cookie
isn't recieved by the user.

Attempt of explanation :
Mod_cas module sets a header_out 'Set-cookie:' _before_ the request is handle by
mod_proxy.
Then, mod_proxy submits the request to the backend server, take the response and
seems to override all the headers_out before returning them to the user.
(Note : the backend server *doesn't*  send a Set-Cookie)

If I wasn't clear enough, let me know.

I will look into the code to confirm/cancel this explanation and, maybe, find a
fix...

Romain Bourgue

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