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From Uxio Faria <ufa...@prisacom.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] headers precedence 1.3 vs 2.2
Date Tue, 18 Jan 2011 14:47:27 GMT


El 18/01/11 14:57, Igor Galić escribió:
> 
> ----- "Nick Kew" <nick@webthing.com> wrote:
> 
>> On 18 Jan 2011, at 02:24, Uxio Faria wrote:
>>
>>> 	Ok, everything is fine with this. But with apache 2.2 i can't do
>> that, headers setted with Header directive
>>> 	in apache conf, can't be overwrited by php.
>>
>> Is it now returning two headers, one from the config and the other
>> from your PHP?
> 
> Or does it add your new valuees to the old?
> The default bahaviour of header() is to replace values.
> 
> http://at2.php.net/manual/en/function.header.php
> 
> That's the default. (Some frameworks, like CakePHP, break that behaviour though)
> 

	I want to replace the default header seted in apache conf with the
	header() function of PHP. Not only the Cache-Control Header.

	As i said before, in apache 1.3 is possible, in 2.2 isn't.

	I'm studing the apache API hook filters of mod_headers and try to
	understand if i could change someting.

	I tried to load php with apxs2filter sapi but i got same results...
	well... worst results.


> 
>> I think the most sensible workaround to use would be to adjust your
>> configuration to avoid setting the header from there for your PHP
>> files.
>> Use <Files> (or <Filesmatch>) to limit the scope of your config.
>>
>> -- 
>> Nick Kew
>>
>> Available for work, contract or permanent
>> http://www.webthing.com/~nick/cv.html
> 
> i
> 

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