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From kurt <k...@otown.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: users Digest 29 Jul 2003 22:33:51 -0000 Issue 1116
Date Tue, 29 Jul 2003 23:01:26 GMT
Hi Joshua,

I appreciate your sticking with me and offering a couple of 
alternatives.

I tried both of your suggested options and lordy, lordy, they BOTH seem 
to work just fine!

Actually, I was trying to get Mason up and running.  It worked okay for 
direct calls (which indicates Mason is doing its job) but crashed and 
burned when I tried to get Mason to process a page with embedded code 
via Apache.  The use of the .test extension was purely that - for 
testing.  I haven't decided yet whether to process all .html files, or 
use a separate extension for Mason (expect it will depend on what 
percentage of pages actually HAVE embedded code), but either way, 
setting up the server should be the same.  The purpose of the "test" 
files was to isolate the problem, to ensure that it really WAS an 
Apache problem.  (It appears that it is... but I'm still a little 
confused why the original approach failed.)

Thanks for the help.

K.



>> Hi Joshua,
>>
>> Thanks for the reply.
>>
>> I've tried the Action line both ways with the same results.
>
> Interesting.  I don't know exactly why it is doing that.
>
> I've never personally used that exact combination of directives.  A 
> couple
> more reliable combinations could be
> Action html-test /cgi-bin/testhandler.cgi
> AddHandler html-test .test
> or
> ScriptAliasMatch .*\.test$ /usr/local/apache2/cgi-bin/testhandler.cgi
>
> Neither of those is EXACTLY the same as what you had, but they are both
> pretty close.
>
> Joshua.


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