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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Using mod_fcgid without matching files (virtual)
Date Fri, 11 Sep 2009 21:40:22 GMT
Rainer Jung wrote:
> In r814006 and r814017 I added a feature similar to Action ... virtual
> in CGI to mod_fcgi:
> 
> By default it is off, but it allows to use FCGI processes in combination
> with purely virtual URLs, i.e. URLs not pointing to physical files on
> the server.
> 
> The most basic FCGI configurations simply run the files pointed to by
> the URLs as FCGI processes. The improved version is mapping some
> suffixes to a common FCGI process (like .php). The process then might
> execute the actual php script (or find it in its cache).
> 
> Its quite possible though, that your URLs only logically transport the
> kind of action you want, without really pointing to some file. Version
> 2.3.1 of mod_fcgid forces a file to exist, otherwise it returns an error.
> 
> The "virtual" feature allows to add the "virtual" flag to FCGIWrapper,
> which then bypasses the file existence check for the request URL. Of
> course we still need the wraper file the request gets mapped to via
> FCGIWrapper.
> 
> This is very similar to the "virtual" keyword added to "Action".

Isn't this the same as using Action virtual, and associating the target
of the Action command to mod_fcgid?  Any reason to reimplement this in
several places?

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