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From Jan Vávra <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] PHP variables for mod_proxy_ajp
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2013 13:18:54 GMT
  if there is defined a context for reverse proxy (eg. /tomcat_part), no 
php is executed on /tomcat_part.
This thing you can do via redirect and pass the variable as url 
parameter, e.g. add param 'key' /tomcat_part/page.jsp?key=something

The client calls /php_part/page.php and page.php then forces to redirect 
client browser to /tomcat_part/page.jsp?key=something


> HI all,
> I am trying to pass a "PHP variable"   from Apache (2.2.15)  to Tomcat
> (7.0.27) but without success.
> The apache is used as front-end server of tomcat using mod_proxy_ajp.
> I verified that I can pass only variable set by Apache (e.g. using
> SetEnv directive);  How I can pass a variable set by PHP to Tomcat?
> Cheers
> Max.

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