Re: HTTP headers

From: Vladimir Litovka <>
Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 14:31:07 +0300 (EET DST)


On Mon, 4 May 1998, David J N Begley wrote:

> A perfect case in point is our Apache (1.2.6+mod_expires) server; we
> default expiry of objects to one week following the access/download of the
> object. The expiry is done by the server sending "Expires:" headers
> before sending the actual object.

 Ok, I'm using Apache with PHP - script language, embedded in Apache as
module. It generates text/html documents, but I can send any headers from
this script. Will Apache creates own Expires: headers (accordingly to
mod_expires), if there is already exists such header, but generated from
my script?

> Once told, the developers started using the Apache configuration keywords
> (instead of META tags) in order to create the desired effect.

 What about "Cache-control" and other HTTP headers? Is there possibility to
send this headers like Expires: ?

 BTW is there Apache's related mailing lists? The discussion under this
subject not for this list ;)

Received on Mon May 04 1998 - 04:42:38 MDT

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