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Re: Setting expires header bypasses app server

nmk
April 02, 2009 01:41PM
> It's because it is matching that regexp first.
>
> You could do your if (-f ) check inside of there
> and it would probably
> work, but that's kind of messy.

I am doing a -f check in the location. Still doesn't work as I expect it to.

Could you provide an example please?

> I'm sure Igor can
> post and give you a
> much cleaner way to do the entire thing.

I hope so. :-) I still haven't got it working.

Best,
Nickolay
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Setting expires header bypasses app server

nmk April 01, 2009 06:34AM

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