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From Martin Haase-Thomas <...@meome-ag.de>
Subject Re: Passing CGI environment to auth
Date Mon, 11 Feb 2002 08:08:39 GMT
Hmm, perhaps mod_rewrite may help you:

RewriteRule (.*) $1 [E=REQUEST_URI:$1]

Looks a bit weird, and i've never tried it so far, but maybe... ;)
cheers
Martin



Ryan Thompson wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>Hopefully what I'm doing isn't so strange that nobody knows what I'm
>trying to do. :-)
>
>Basically, I need an external auth program (used with mod_auth_any, or
>mod_auth_external.. I don't really care which) to be able to see the
>standard CGI variables, like DOCUMENT_URI. I need to do this so I can
>authorize users based on user, pass AND the requested document.
>
>When I set up an auth program with mod_auth_any, for example, the user
>and password are send as command line arguments. The DOCUMENT_URI
>environment variable, however, is not defined.
>
>I won't swear to it, but I thought I'd tried this with apache 1.3.20
>and it worked. I'm using 1.3.22 now.
>
>Suggestions?
>
>Thanks,
>- Ryan
>



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