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From "Jan"<>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_rewrite difference Apache 2.0 and 2.2 ?
Date Sat, 14 Jun 2008 11:41:20 GMT

I have just noticed yesterday that one of my mod_rewrite rules which works fine in Apache
2.0 doesn't seem to work in Apache 2.2.

Here is the rule:

RewriteRule ^portfolio/([0-9]+)(/)?$ portfolio.php?serie=$1

So a request to portfolio/ID is supposed to be send to portfolio.php?serie=ID. This works
fine on the Apache 2.0 installation but on the Apache 2.2 server the ID is somehow not passed
to the script.

However, when I change the rule to:

RewriteRule ^folio/([0-9]+)(/)?$ portfolio.php?serie=$1

and call the page with folio/ID it is passed to the script. Alternatively it also works when
I rename the file to something != rewrite rule, instead of changing the redirect.

Is this supposed to be this way? Again, it works in Apache 2.0 as expected, but not in Apache

Any comments on this issue will are greatly appreciated.


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