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From Fabio Kaminski <fabiokamin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: modules architecture issue
Date Wed, 15 Sep 2010 18:00:45 GMT
since SetHandler directive "disable" my filter when fired.. does it disable
all others filters, like cache and session?

On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 2:57 PM, Fabio Kaminski <fabiokaminski@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> im working with apache modules on apache 2.3 for direct application
> development..
>
> and at least for data, i thought use something like  [input filter ->
> handler -> output filter]
>
> where the input filter receives a formated string and parse into a internal
> object struct.. the handler get it
> and using a rest mechanism (put,delete,get,post) in the handler..
>
> the handler then call a db api, for the data operation.. and if is
> something like get.. the output filter decode our internal object struct
> into
> the formated string..
>
> first thing to ask.. its that arquitecture right, since i can do this only
> with a handler.. without the filters.. but what i saw is that there
> classical modules, with practices from apache 1..
> and modules designed with 2.0 and 2.2 in mind..
>
> so, what would be the best practice for this scenario, if you can design
> something targeting 2.4?!
>
> i saw the smart filter, but couldnt fire it.. since i didnt see a example
> module using it..
>
> and with [in filter -> handler -> out filter] scenario, right now if i hook
> a handler.. the filter doesnt fire.. wich make me think in forget about
> filter
> and do it all in the handler.. thatÅ› whats about my question here.. why
> not?
>
> thanks!
>
> Fabio Kaminski
>

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