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Old 05-30-2010
Copy and forward apache http request

Hello,

I am using apache 2.2 and I need to have certain http requests (those including example.com for instance) to be executed normally and forwarded to another server.

With mod_rewrite, I could easily forward but then the input request would not be executed on my server. Right?

Am I missing something? Any idea on how to forward/copy an http request?

Many thanks
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Old 06-04-2010
Try embedding in web application/form?

What (language) are you using to process the input request on the initial request server? Perhaps, as an alternative, you could add a redirect to the code itself within the web application or form, which is processing the input information on the initial server.
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