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From Andrew Ganegama <>
Subject [users@httpd] SSI "config timefmt" not working properly
Date Wed, 17 May 2006 00:37:33 GMT
Apache Server version: Apache/2.0.55

I'm having a problem getting "config timefmt" to work using the "DATE_LOCAL"
variable on my home page. I'm using the following code:

<!--#config timefmt="%d-%b-%Y" -->
<!--#echo var="DATE_LOCAL" --> 

The strange thing is the page actually loads the date, but it's loading the
full date, ie. "Wednesday, 17-May-2006 10:26:31 EST", instead of the date
format I have specified above - "17-May-2006".

After doing some testing I have noticed that if I reference the page
directly, ie. http://mywebsite/index.html instead of going to
http://mywebsite/ it works correctly. My config is setup to load
"index.html" by default when no page is specified:


  <Directory "/tst/apache/test3/webdocs">
    XBitHack full

    # The server can be made to avoid following symbolic links,
    # to make security simpler. However, this takes extra CPU time,
    # so we will just let it follow symlinks.

    Options FollowSymLinks Indexes Includes

    # Don't check for .htaccess files in each directory - they slow
    # things down
    AllowOverride None
    Order Allow,Deny
    Allow from all

    DirectoryIndex index.html


Is there a limitation that SSI doesn't work properly on directories? Is
there a way I can get it to work properly?


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