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From MierMier <lior...@smile.net.il>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache server - Output to the same page whatever request
Date Fri, 10 Oct 2008 00:17:37 GMT



Justin Pasher wrote:
> 
> MierMier wrote:
>> Hey people, I need your help, thanks in advance!
>>
>> I have an appche server 2.x. + PHP, And I woundered rather it is possible
>> to output the same page (i.e. "a.php") for a request of whatever page.
>>
>> I will give an examples:
>>
>> if the client try to reach "/hello/index.php" (which do not really exist
>> in
>> the server)
>>
>> Can apache just tell the client -> I return you that page
>> (/hello/index.php)
>> but infact, this page's content is "a.php"'s content.
>> wiout 404 Errors and stuff?
>>
>> Thanks again
>>
>> Lior.
> 
> A RewriteRule that performs an internal rewrite should give you what you 
> need
> 
> RewriteEngine on
> RewriteRule ^/hello/index.php$ /a.php [L]
> 
> By default, the rewrite will perform an internal rewrite, as opposed to 
> a 301/302 redirect. If the setup is a little more complex than what you 
> describe above, then it may require some additional rules (such as 
> redirecting a request for ANY arbitrary file that does not exist). You 
> can explore the "RewriteCond -f" directive to make it smarter in that
> case.
> 
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewritecond
> 
> 
> -- 
> Justin Pasher
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> 

Hi paul,

I tried to read this guid and it seems to be a bit complicated... can you
maybe help me out a bit?

Le'ts take the example I wrote above.

If I go to /a/page1.php?c=1
Or I go to /a/page6.php?c=3&d=4

and I want the server to output a.php's content while he also recives the
GET request arguments of page1/2..

How (the hell hehe) do I do that?

Thanks in Advance!



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