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> Please don't add that *to posts. People really don't care if it's you.
> Reserve it for your e-mail.
Please don't complain about that *in my posts. People really
don't care if you don't care that it's me. Reserve it for your
>> >> I have used the "ErrorDocument 403" directive in my httpd.conf file
>> >> (of Apache 1.3.27) to point to a dynamci, JSP file. I would like to
>> >> be able to say in that file, "You are forbidden access to
>> >> /path_you_accessed/page." Is there a setting in Apache to allow you
>> >> to retain the headers from the request that caused the 403, thus
>> >> allowing the 403 page to know what caused/called it?
>> > Read the documentation for the ErrorDocument directive, in
>> > particular the docs about custom responses and the environment
>> > variables Apache sets.
[snip inappropriate answer from Andreas]
> An incomplete "story" but enough to get one started.
> When reading the manual (and yes - RTFM), note also the use of variables which
> start "Redirect_"... and why they exist.
Which happens to be in the docs for the ErrorDocument
directive, in particular the link about custom responses.
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