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rewrite N|next flag in apache

January 05, 2012 05:17AM
Hi everyone,

I'm writing here because i have rewrite problems on Nginx. First of all i will explain to you what result i'm expecting.
For example i have this URL :

http://www.mydomain.com/api/redirect/var1/value1/var2/value2/varX/valueX/?varX=valueX&...

after rewrite i would like to get :

http://www.mydomain.com/?var1=value1&var2=value2&varX=valueX&varX=valueX...

So i get it works on apache with :

RewriteRule ^(api/redirect/[^\/]+/[^\/]+/[^\/]+)/([^\/]+)/([^\/]+)([^\?]*) $1$4/?&$2=$3 [QSA,N]
RewriteRule ^api/redirect/[^\/]+/[^\/]+/([^\/]+) index.php?service=Redirect&hash=$1 [QSA,L]

And now i would like to have the same on nginx, but i think nginx doesn't handle something like apache's N flag. Then it's my nginx rewrite rules, it work once because it doesn't re-execute rewrite while it's possible.

rewrite ^/(api/redirect/[^\/]+/[^\/]+/[^\/]+)/([^\/]+)/([^\/]+)([^\?]*) /$1$4/?&$2=$3;
rewrite ^/api/redirect/[^\/]+/[^\/]+/([^\/]+) /public/index.php?service=Redirect&func=Redirect&hash=$1 last;

Do someone have a solution for this please ? I will apreciate a lot. thanks you.

Best regards,
Subject Author Posted

rewrite N|next flag in apache

layneuks January 05, 2012 05:17AM

Re: rewrite N|next flag in apache

layneuks January 05, 2012 10:22AM



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