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From Tom Schindl <>
Subject Re: Setting HTTP-STATUS and Filters
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 22:07:09 GMT
So I propose the following documentation patch many people may not grasp
that they need to look into the sources to find out that their filter
will always return HTTP-Status OK to their clients although they return


Geoffrey Young wrote:
> Tom Schindl wrote:
>>solved it myself $f->r->status() how stupid I haven't seen this before,
>>works like a charme but one more question, what is a filter supposed to
>>return on ERROR why does one have to set the status one self and return
>>Apache2::Const::SERVER_ERROR from the filter handller isn't setting the
>>request-status automatically? E.g. if there's an untrapped error.
> this is a bug in the filter implementation that someone just needs to get
> around to fixing.  grep for BAD_REQUEST in modperl_filter.c for the details.
> --Geoff

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