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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] 404 handler / mod_include / confusion
Date Thu, 19 Sep 2002 08:46:29 GMT
I can't parse your EXPR - what is it supposed to mean?
(I'm not saying it is wrong - maybe the parser understands it, but if a human can't read it,
he can't debug it..)

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Glen Stormbind []
>Sent: Donnerstag, 19. September 2002 01:28
>Subject: [users@httpd] 404 handler / mod_include / confusion
>Hey, nobody replied to my previous Apache question! :(
>I still have the same problem. Data is given to a parsed file, which it
>uses to include content. For the sake of argument, lets call the var
>If that content doesn't exist, an error is logged by Apache 
>and the page
>malformed so a simple file validation is desired.
>I had thought this might work but it doesn't:
><!--#IF EXPR="\"$FLASTMOD FILE=\"$QUERY_STRING\" = \"\"" -->
><P>Content does not exist</P>
><!--#ELSE -->
><P>Content does exist</P>
><!--#ENDIF -->
>Perhaps the above isn't coded right but it seems mod_include cannot
>handle one expression being nested inside another. There's a 
>solution to
>every problem but I don't seem able to find it.
>Alternatively, and even better, could a 404 Error be invoked?
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