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From "Bacchu, Anjan" <>
Subject [users@httpd] How to rewrite/redirect a forward proxied Http request ?
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2005 16:57:22 GMT
Hi There,           Thanks for any pointers. 

  A buggy internet application(I.E 6.0x (win xp SP2)) running on a 
notebook has some issues. 1)I'm trying to inject a debugging version of 
the malfunctioning javascript file to get some clues. 

To do (1), I've tried putting an Apache server on the client machine as a 
forward proxy to the production system. So that I can inject a 
debugging version of the buggy javascript file, I need to be able to 
rewrite/redirect the proxied request to my production server. What
should I use for the rewrite ? (I'm using Apache 2.0.54 on Windows XP.) 

I tried techniques from 
and something like "Redirect /" but that doesn't 
seem to be doing the right trick. 

>From the mod_rewrite docs 
" First you have to understand that when Apache processes a HTTP request it
does this in phases. "
Given this, shouldn't there be a way for a given proxied request to be
redirected/rewritten to a different URL ?

Thank you for any hints/clarifications, 

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