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From Mike Soultanian <msoul...@csulb.edu>
Subject [users@httpd] redirect trailing slash problem
Date Tue, 13 Jan 2009 07:55:53 GMT
I have a virtual host that accepts all traffic on port 80 and then 
forwards that traffic to another virtual host on port 81:

RewriteRule /(.*) http://localhost:81/$1 [P,L]

It works great except when I leave off the backslash.  So, for example, 
"http://foobar.com/" works correctly and so does "http://foobar.com" (no 
trailing slash).  However, if I add a folder without the slash (i.e. 
"http://foobar.com/folder") , I get forwarded to 
"http://localhost:81/folder/" instead of "http://foobar.com/folder".

Does anyone know how to tweak my rewrite such that it will forward 
correctly, regardless of whether or not the folder has a trailing slash?

Thanks!
Mike

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