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From "Bill Jones" <b...@fccj.org>
Subject Re: mod_actions weirdness
Date Sat, 27 Mar 1999 15:03:47 GMT
No, um, actually I did something like -

# Send Webmaster (bill@fccj.org) e-mail when 'events' occur...
<Location />
    PerlLogHandler Apache::LogMail
    PerlSetVar     LogMailto  bill@fccj.org
    PerlSetVar     LogPattern \.(cgi|html|shtml|txt)$
</Location>

And then installed the appropriate modules within the perl tree.
I do not remeber setting any 'action' directives.  I'll look closer.

HTH,
-Sneex-  :]
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>From: "Charles Sliger" <chaz@reliant.com>
>To: bill@fccjmail.fccj.cc.fl.us
>Subject: Re: mod_actions weirdness
>Date: Sat, Mar 27, 1999, 12:06 AM
>

> Bill,
> When you did this, didn't you specify the script to run
> in the "Action" directive?
> I can't see any reason for the requested document name to
> be appended to the cgi script name to come up with the
> path to a document/script.
> Am I just very confused here?
> -chaz
> ____________________________________________________________
>
> From: "Bill Jones" <bill@fccj.org>
> PMFJI, but I would highly recommend using mod_perl to
> do the 'action' senario.  There is a really cool example at
> http://www.modperl.org
>
> I used it to set text/html triggers whenever surfers
> try to get specific text/html documents...
>
> 

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