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From Maurizio Marini <mau...@datalogica.com>
Subject [httpd dev] changing post parameters
Date Mon, 24 Jun 2002 14:26:07 GMT
Hi there,
I would modify parametrs passed as "hidden" in a POST.
I'm workin at the 4 phase:
[#4] validate user id from request, customizing mod_pubcookie.
After validated the user, I would add some information needed by application 
on the backend.
With mod_rewrite I can modify args string.
But actually there is no way to modify post parameters or adding some new 
parameters to them.
I've tried by myself.

In http I can easily managed hidden parameters pointing to 
r->connection->client->inptr.
At that address u can find  them.

But in https this *seems* not to be the right pointer.
I studied  the sources, and I realize that there is no buffer that is exposed 
to be hacked in https.
I end up w/  
ap_hook_call("ap::buff::read", &rv, fb, buf, nbyte)


Someone is so kind to help me?
Is this the right place to post such a query?
Sorry if this is off-topic ;)
thnx in advance


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