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From Michael Johnson <>
Subject [users@httpd] Sending directory trees to a single file
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2003 20:30:10 GMT
Hello all.

This is a problem and not a problem for me. Apache is doing what I want, 
but I don't know how. The reason I'm posting is to see if I can figure out 
how and why Apache is doing what is.

I have a single script (in PHP, incidentally) that I want to have process 
all the files in a designated directory tree. For example, I want

to be handled by

I have a script2 in the same directory as script that I want to be handled 

I have been using mod_rewrite to do similar things so I took that approach 
with this. But when I decided to move the .htaccess file implementing the 
rewrite I took it temporarily out of service. And the links still worked as 
I wanted!

I can't find anything that does this besides mod_rewrite. I searched the 
documentation and online via Google. And since I pulled the .htaccess files 
out (rm'd them!) I don't know why this is working. I do have the MultiViews 
option turned on. Does that maybe have something to do with it?

Don't get me wrong, I'm happy with the way things are functioning. However, 
this project will be distributed to different setups and I need to know 
what configuration is required to get the functionality.

Thank you very much,

Michael Johnson < >
Internet Application Programmer, Pitsco, Inc.

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