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From "DJ \(David J Radunz\)" ...@webmastery.com.au>
Subject Re: ErrorDocument 401 problem..
Date Mon, 10 Dec 2001 18:59:19 GMT
before i uncomment the "#ErrorDocument 401 /error/401" line i get:

[root@astroboy ErrorControl]# GET -s -d http://www.chingali.com/ClientLogin
Enter username for CHINGALIwebstudios: Client Login Access at
www.chingali.com:80: DJ
Password:

afterwards i get:

[root@astroboy ErrorControl]# GET -s -d http://www.chingali.com/ClientLogin
500 Bad response status line: '<html>'

DJ
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard L. Goerwitz III" <richard@Goerwitz.com>
To: "DJ (David J Radunz)" <dj@webmastery.com.au>
Cc: <modperl@apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2001 5:40 AM
Subject: Re: ErrorDocument 401 problem..


> "DJ (David J Radunz)" wrote:
>
> >     How i expected the ErrorDocument directive to behave was as follows:
> > WHEN there was an error 401 (ie the user had logged in 3 times and
failed)
> > there would be an error page shown (in this case it would be
/error/401).
>
> The issue of how many tries the user gets is separate.  What I want
> you to do quickly is check to see what code your server is returning
> when the user sees your error page.  Just use "lynx -dump -mime_header
> http://your-url/" or "GET -s -d http://your-url/" and tell us what
> code you see.  Is it a 401?
>
> I'd just like to be sure the 401 is there before I try to help.
>
> --
>
> Richard Goerwitz                               richard@Goerwitz.COM
> tel: 401 438 8978
>


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