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From George Thanos <>
Subject [users@httpd] Access environment variables CONTENT (Not EXISTENCE) in apache2.conf
Date Fri, 18 May 2007 10:40:08 GMT

Dear list,

Can I access the content (NOT the existence) of an httpd environment 
variable from the apache configuration file?

For example (in the following sample)

1  <Directory /web/images>
2     Order Deny,Allow
3     Deny from all
4     Allow from env=ENV_VARIABLE
5  </Directory>

I would like something like : Allow from ENV_VARIABLE == env_var_value

I have searched documentation and the internet without lack. I suppose 
the answer is NO and this is totally out of the logic of the web server.

Thanks in advance for the help,

- George

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