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From "Taco Fleur" <tacofl...@nella.net.au>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache and ColdFusion .htaccess status code
Date Thu, 22 Jan 2004 20:15:02 GMT
I have several files in the search engine, I moved these files, once they
are requested I'd like to return the appropriate status code and do the
redirect, i.e.
.htaccess
redirect permanent /people.cfm http://www.tacofleur.com/index/people/
 
The issue I am having is that apache sends the request (as far as I can
tell) directly to CF, so it does not even check if the file exists etc. and
run the redirect.
In IIS I know there is an option to actually check if the file exists before
sending the request to cf, I know its asking for much, but does Apache have
this?
Or is there some other work-around? If so, how?
 
Taco Fleur
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