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From "Larry W Burton" <>
Subject [users@httpd] mod_proxy_html how to stop code fixing
Date Fri, 17 Dec 2010 21:45:39 GMT

I have configured Apache Apache/2.2.3 on CentOS 5.5 as a reverse proxy
using mod_proxy_html, and both Apache and mod_proxy_html are working
correctly. The problem is that I am trying to access a Promise storage
Array which has horrible html. Specifically, MULTIPLE </html> tags in the
same page:
... the first half of the page ...


<title>Promise WebPAM PROe</title>
... the remaining part of the page.
If I enable page re-writing with SetOutputFilter proxy-html, then
mod_proxy_html stops re-writing when it encounters the first </html> tag.
If I do not enable re-writing, the first page is displayed on the Firefox
client, but subsequent links are in the form http://192.168.x.x/whatever
instead of URL/alias/whatever.
Is there a way to stop mod_proxy_html from trying to fix the html while
still re-writing the URLs?

Dr. Larry Burton
Associate Professor
Department of Electronics, Computers, and Information Technology
School of Technology
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

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