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From Peter Janovsky <>
Subject ap_sub_req_lookup_file vs ap_sub_req_lookup_uri
Date Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:15:43 GMT
when using ap_sub_req_lookup_file to concatenate the contents of two files only 
the contents of the first file are delivered in the response.  alternatively if 
i use ap_sub_lookup_uri to concatenate the contents of two web pages, the 
aggregated content is delivered in the response.  what is the difference between 
using ap_sub_req_lookup_file and ap_sub_req_lookup_uri?  should you use 
ap_sub_req_lookup_file to determine the file's existence and only if you are 
delivering one file in the response?  how do you concatenate the contents of two 
or more files on your local drive?  thank you for your help.


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