A wild guess - try this regedit

^\/cgi\/(.*?)(\/|\n)(.*)

you may have to leave the \ out

If it work you should have the program name in $1 and the remaining path in
$3 without the
starting /

Match 1
Full match 0-59
`/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnum=0000011&quantity=5`
Group 1. 5-17 `restsrv2.pgm`
Group 2. 17-18 `/`
Group 3. 18-59 `quantityquery/?partnum=0000011&quantity=5`

On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 4:03 PM, Henrik Rützou <hr@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Maybe it is this ???

This URL http://partner400.com/cgi/prodrpt2oa calls program
prodrpt2oa.pgm in PARTNER400.LIB
This one http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1 calls program
restsrv1/part1 <http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1>.pgm in
PARTNER400.LIB

On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 3:11 PM, Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Much easier said than done Tim - but I will try if nobody points out that
it is my error or that there is a patch.

I have customers on V7R3 using this kind of URL but haven't heard of any
problems from them which I why I figured I must have a flaw in my code or a
bad/missing PTF.

There is no way I'm the first to encounter this surely? It is such an
obvious problem.


Jon Paris

www.partner400.com
www.SystemiDeveloper.com

On May 15, 2017, at 4:23 AM, Tim Rowe <timmr@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Jon, Open a PMR for this. Makes it much easier for the development
team.
If its a bug we can fix, if its a change in Apache behavior, we can
also
let you know.

Tim

Tim Rowe, timmr@xxxxxxxxxx
Business Architect Application Development & Systems Management for
IBM i
IBM i Development Lab, Rochester, MN
(507) 253-6191 (Tie) 553-6191

http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/software/i/are/index.html



----- Original message -----
From: Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: "WEB400" <web400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Web400@Midrange. Com" <web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc:
Subject: [WEB400] Changes/Bugs in Apache?
Date: Sat, May 13, 2017 6:30 PM

I have this directive in my Apache config (actually in the vhosts
but
...)

ScriptAliasMatch ^/CGI/(.*) /QSYS.LIB/PARTNER400.LIB/$1.PGM

I have not changed it (honestly) and I am sure that it has been
working
for years. This might be the first time I have used it since moving
to
V7R3.

When I try to use it with a REST web service (i.e. additional data
in
the URL) I am getting very strange results.

This URL
[1]http://partner400.com/cgi/prodrpt2oa <[2]
http://partner400.com/cgi/prodrpt2oa>
works just fine and runs the script correctly.

This one
[3]http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1 <[4]
http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1>
gives

Not Found
The script request is not valid. The script is not executable.

The log indicates that no PGM object was identified. So just for
chuckles I added .pgm to the base URL i.e:
[5]http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1.pgm/part1 <[6]
http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1.pgm/part1>

That works - kind of ... the correct routing takes place and the
script
is called BUT the ".pgm" text then gets _added_ to the end of the
URL.
i.e. "part1" is actually passed to the script as "part1.pgm". If I
add a
/ following "part1" then ".pgm" is seen as the next element in the
path.

I've searched for PTFs on the topic but am seeing nothing.

Anyone got any ideas? This is an Apache feature that we use a lot
and
the .pgm workaround will not work for some scripts. For example
this URL
[7]http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?pa
rtnum=0000011&quantity=5 <[8]http://partner400.com/cgi/
restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnum=0000011&quantity=5>
tags the ".pgm" onto the end of quantityquery
<[9]http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnum=
0000011&quantity=5>
even when the trailing / is present as shown.

Jon Paris

www.partner400.com
www.SystemiDeveloper.com

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Visible links
1. http://partner400.com/cgi/prodrpt2oa
2. http://partner400.com/cgi/prodrpt2oa
3. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1
4. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1/part1
5. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1.pgm/part1
6. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv1.pgm/part1
7. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnu
m=0000011&quantity=5
8. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnu
m=0000011&quantity=5
9. http://partner400.com/cgi/restsrv2.pgm/quantityquery/?partnu
m=0000011&quantity=5
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