Apache 1.3 Custome Module not able to get response code 200

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Apache 1.3 Custome Module not able to get response code 200

Postby kalinga » Sat, 01 Jan 2005 01:08:19 GMT

I have written a custom module in C that intercepts each request that
is posted to any URL on the server and processes the request body
(method=POST) during the post read-request handling phase.

If the body is okay, I use DECLINED keyword to pass the request on to
the the URL. I am sending the post request through a java program and I
am trying to get the response code by using the
HTTPURLConnection.getResponseCode() method. Unfortunately, I do not get
any response code....while I expect a 200 since the request was
DECLINED by my custom module and passed on to the URL. On the other
hand I have no problem getting the response code if the request was
FORBIDDEN(403) or REDIRECT(302).

The server logs have 200 showing that the request was declined and the
URL was hit but I am unable to get a 200 when I use the above mentioned
java method. Also, if I remove my custom module, the java program gets
a 200 as response code. This makes me think that the problem is with my
module and not with the java program.

Does anyone have any idea why this is happening. Any inputs will be
appreciated.

Thanks
Rahul.


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