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From Robert Jaeschke <>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_proxy and unwanted decoding of URLs (related to bug 15207)
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 16:46:54 GMT

I'm using Apache (2.0.59) and mod_proxy as reverse proxy and want the
remote server pass URLs like

Unfortunately, when using mod_proxy with ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse,
this URL is rewritten to

which is bad (since on the remote server it is rewritten to instead of - you see the problem?)

So how can I advise mod_proxy to not touch my URLs and just pass them
as they are?

I think this is closely related to this Bug:
There Zvi Har'El says, that behaviour seems to be OK. Is there a way to
prevent it?

Thanks a lot,

Robert Jäschke

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