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From Jérôme Tytgat <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Problems with proxying remote URLs
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 12:26:00 GMT

How can you tell that mod_rewrite has to be executed BEFORE mod_proxy.

I would have used proxypass, but I can't because my rewrite are never reached and
I need some things to be rewritten BEFORE they are proxyfied.



Axel-Stéphane SMORGRAV a écrit :
> In Apache 2.0 configurations you have no way of defining the order in which you wish
the processing to take place. The order is more or less determined by the modules themselves,
specifically by the way they register their hooks. A hook can be registered as FIRST, MIDDLE
or LAST to roughly specify when it is supposed to be executed. The API also provides the possibility
to specify modules that have to run before or after, if necessary.
> An I tell you: as an Apache administrator it really is a relief not to have to worry
about the order in which the modules are executed. That's one less thing that can go wrong,
therefore one less thing to consider when shit hits the fan.
> -ascs

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