NCSA: can I change HTTP header?

NCSA: can I change HTTP header?

Post by Brian Wats » Sat, 17 Aug 1996 04:00:00

   I generally use a CERN server and when I want to put something
different in the http header of a HTML file, I use the meta directory
and put the headers in there.  I have spent hours looking through the
NCSA docs and can't find a similar facility.

Can it be done?

I have a file that is generated by a CGI, but not returned by the CGI.
The CGI sends a HTTP re-direct to the file.  I want to (need to!) put
a "Cache-control: no-cache" in the HTTP header of the generated file.


 Computing Systems Officer.  University of Western Sydney, Macarthur


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