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From Daniel Aleksandersen <aleksandersen+apache....@runbox.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Accessing the request URI header
Date Sat, 03 May 2008 00:41:51 GMT
2008-05-03 02:16 skreiv Joshua Slive:
> On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 7:45 PM, Daniel Aleksandersen wrote:
> > Hi list,
> >
> >  Header always set Content-Location http://www.domain.tld/{REQUEST_URI}
> >
> >  Looks great, right? Well, it does not work great. How do I get the
> > request URI into the above wild-guess-at-a-syntax?
>
> Header doesn't have direct access to that variable. You'd need to use
> mod_rewrite to shove it into an environment variable and then
> %{variable}e in Header to get at it.

No, that will not work. If that had worked then this would have worked; as 
request_uri already is an enviromental variable-something:
   Header always set Content-Location http://www.domain.tld/%{REQUEST_URI}

> Or you could just write a custom apache module to set Content-Location
> as you'd like.

Shared hosting. I cannot use my own modules.

Other suggestions?
-- 
Daniel Aleksandersen

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