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From Joe Lewis <>
Subject Re: handler pass to php
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2014 21:58:28 GMT
I'd consider having your handler fire off a subrequest.  The book should
cover this topic, but you can also look in the source for some examples (or
google "ap_run_sub_req" and review the results).  You just want the php
handler set for it.


On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 3:41 PM, Jeremy Thompson <
> wrote:

> Hello all,
> We have written a handler for apache that talks to our point of sales
> software.  At this point the POS software renders a lot of the html itself
> and sends it back through apache.  We would however, like to be able to
> integrate PHP to offload some of this work.  The problem right now is that
> once the handler catches the request it renders and sends its through never
> reaching PHP.  This is the same whether or not PHP is built as a fcgi or
> apache2handler.  I'm pretty sure the problem is that our handler is not
> passing any info forward.  Its taking the request sending it to our
> software
> and returning the rendered page.  Would the apache modules book cover this
> or are there any examples of playing nice with the other plugins?  Thanks.
> ~Jeremy

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