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From Stuart Children <>
Subject Re: 'POST SubRequest via mod_proxy' Question
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2007 14:50:02 GMT

David Wortham wrote:
> (2) I am using the above subrequest to bounce a POST request off mod_proxy
> (to get the POST to an external server).  I have the headers built
> correctly.  Is there any way to add POST variables to the subrequest before
> it gets to mod_proxy?  Perhaps by use of an input or output filter?

You can create an input filter yes (and set Content-Length appropriately).

However, you're going to have issues with POST sub-requests with more 
recent Apache versions:

PatchAvailable there. I don't think it's clear whether Apache should 
work with them (sub-requests essentially being its own "thing"), but 
they used to, and it does the job for me.


Stuart Children

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