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From "Igor Leturia" <>
Subject ER: [users@httpd] Text substitution on output
Date Wed, 02 Oct 2002 09:36:05 GMT
Hi Daniel!

>If you can modify the pages, then the way to go is some kind 
>of dynamic page
>generation mechanism, such as PHP or mod_include (as was 
>already suggested)
>These mechanisms allow you to replace all references to user 
>with something
>like:  <% echo $user %>  You can then define at the beggining 
>of the page 
>something similar to <% $user = "Igor" %>

I can't modify the pages, they are pages served by another server via
reverse proxy.

>Howver, if you cannot modify the page content, and you are 
>running Apache 2,
>you can use the filtering framework and write a program that does
>the substitution. For example you can do this with mod_perl filtering
>capabilities or with external filters:

I am trying mod_ext_filter, but I work in Windows and it has some
problems which I am trying to solve with its author, Jeff Trawick. Would
the mod_perl solution be easy in Windows?


				Igor Leturia

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