FYI - There is a great tool called Regex Coach for regular expressions. Do
a search on 'Regex Coach' and you'll find it. It's a free download.

Thanks,
Todd Allen
EDPS
Electronic Data Processing Services
tallen@xxxxxxxxxxxx




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I cannot find an example of how to AliiasMatch an exact name pattern.

For example - I want to match myserver/jonspgm to
qsys.lib/jons.lib/jonspgm.pgm

But it should not match myserver/jonspgm1.php or myserver/jonspgm.php

I thought:

ScriptAliasMatch ^/jonspgm /QSYS.LIB/JONS.LIB/JONSPGM.PGM

would do it as I understood the Apache docs but obviously not as anything
that starts with the jonspgm string is being matched.

I guess this reflects my ongoing failure ti understand regex!


Jon Paris




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