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From Eric Persson <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Whats happening on rewrite
Date Mon, 07 Oct 2002 14:25:42 GMT
Eric Persson wrote:
> I'll do some more debugging with help of a telnet client and see if I 
> get somewhat wiser.

I have partly solved my problem with the  rewrite pdfdownload from a 
page through a phpfile.
I did this with the following rewriterule:
RewriteRule ^/Produktblad/(.*)  /get_file.php?directory_id=1&file=$1

The problem I had was that Internet Explorer(worked in other browsers) 
couldnt download the pdf correctly when the url was typed in to the 
urlfield directly, but it worked when clicking on a link to go to the 
same url.

The problem seems to belong to the following header:
Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, 

It is a header that belongs to phps builtin sessionhandeling, however 
I'm not sure what this means in the detailed reality..
I read some things about the Cache-Control in rfc 2616 but I couldnt 
find anything about post-check and pre-check. Any tips or suggestions 
would be appreciated.

I hope at least someone got this far down in the mail.. ;)


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