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From Meir Yanovich <meiry...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ?
Date Fri, 06 Feb 2009 17:58:56 GMT
Thanks for the reply i didn't know Apache have problem with this ..
any way now after fixing the variable names im having problem that the
Apache returns me 404 error
[info] [client 127.0.0.1] found %2f (encoded '/') in URI (decoded='/
http://localhost/index.php?A=1&data=857&data_category=All '), returning 404,
referer:
http://localhost/index.php?data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2<http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>

the index.php is exist ( is the page from where im sending the request ... )

what Apache does not like now ...? )

Thanks!!!

2009/2/6 chint <chint@neo.com.vn>

> remember the rules of variable name
> _data ,_data_category  is invalid variable name.
> choose data, data_category instead.
>
>
> Meir Yanovich wrote:
>
>> Hello all
>> im doing simple request to apache 2.2 on win xp  with php
>> the request is processed throw browser XMLHttpRequest object on the client
>> side
>> the request looks like this :
>> index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed, referer:
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
<
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
>> and apache logs shows me this error log :
>> [error] [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard
>> characters: access to /index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed,
>> referer:
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
<
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
>>
>> what is wrong here ?
>>
>
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