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Subject Topic: Mod Linkfreeze fails when 2 x asp? in url
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Posted: 04 March 2011 at 1:10am

Hi,

Until recently I have been using Linkfreeze on Windows 2003 but recently migrated to 2008 R2 so have been trying Ape with Mod_LinkFreeze.

My setting is simple and in general works without problem:

SetEnv mod_linkfreeze
LinkFreezeRule --- "asp=htm" [ AbsLinks,MoveExt ]

But I have a problem with the following type of url:

http://www.muranavi.com/machida/eatsndrinks/filter.asp?url=viewad.asp?id=1000112&act=17&id=1000112

With Mod_Linkfreeze on, it converts the link to:

http://www.muranavi.com/machida/eatsndrinks/filter-act-17-id-1000113-url-viewad.asp?id=1000113.htm

But the link fails and browser reports a 404 error.

In LinkFreeze I simply disabled the relevant page file using the relevant HTTP header, but this does not seems to work for Ape (unless I am doing something wrong? I am not very familiar with IIS 7 but think I tried in the correct place).

The question is, how can I disable certain pages, similar to using HTTP headers?

Or, is there a way to write the rules so that a url similar to that above will work properly?

Thank you.

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Vyacheslav
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Joined: 02 July 2008
Location: Ukraine
Posts: 1542
Posted: 04 March 2011 at 8:26am

Hello.
Please make sure you have the latest version of Ape.
You can disable mod_linkfreeze for certain folders if you put the following code into .htaccess file in such folder:
Code:
LinkFreezeEngine Off
UnSetEnv mod_linkfreeze


Alternatively, mod_setenvif can be used to build complex expressions as follows:
Code:
SetEnvIf %{REQUEST_URI} ^/admin.*$ !mod_linkfreeze

This code disables mod_linkfreeze for /admin folder.

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