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From Andrew Zeon <Andr...@hothouse.com.au>
Subject [users@httpd] Inserting exceptions to enabling SSL
Date Fri, 21 Mar 2003 01:27:18 GMT
Hi,

In my httpd.conf file, I have the following:


<Directory /usr/local/apache.cite/htdocs/ >
	SSLRequire   %{REQUEST_URI} == "*.do"
</Directory>


Now what I want to do is put some exceptions to this (i.e. for certain URLs
with a .do extension, don't enable SSL). I've tried this:


<Directory /usr/local/apache.cite/htdocs/ >
	SSLRequire   %{REQUEST_URI} == "*.do"  &&  %{REQUEST_URI} !=
"*register-action.do" 
</Directory>


However, it still enables SSL on 'register-action.do'. Is there another way
to do this?

Thanks.



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