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From Gary Webster <>
Subject [users@httpd] change 404 status for given filespec?
Date Mon, 19 Apr 2010 14:02:11 GMT

I thought this might be simple, but I've not been able to find anything 
which works after much searching/experimenting.

I have an application which submits a job to my webserver, then polls 
every few seconds for the output result file to be available.
I am using NeoLoad ( to test my server.
When the app (& NeoLoad) polls, & the file is not there (most of the 
time), Apache returns a 404 .
There are many of these, so my NeoLoad results show many 'errors', & I can 
hardly tell if I have an actual error.

So, I need either someone to tell me how to get NeoLoad to 'filter' 404s 
for a given filespec, or how to have Apache rather return 204, or some 
such, for DocumentNotFound for a given filespec.


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