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From André Malo>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Help rewriting CGI url
Date Sat, 08 Mar 2003 19:44:51 GMT
* Red Wilson wrote:

> I've monitored the rewrite process in the log and
> note that the URL is written exactly as supposed to
> before proxy. The log says
> Go ahead with proxy request proxy:http://10.x.x.x/X/Y/?Arg1=1&Arg2=2 [OK]
> When the request comes thru on the other server my argument string
> arrives modified
>   ?Arg1=1&Arg2=2 is changed to %3FArg1=1&Arg2=2?Arg1=1&Arg2=2

This is fixed for 2.0.45. For now, just permuting the LoadModule directives 
of mod_proxy and mod_rewrite should help.

sub the($){+shift} sub answer (){ord q
        [* It is always 42! *]       }
           print the answer
# André Malo # #

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