kbobb at deloitte
Mar 30, 2012, 10:33 AM
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I’m attempting to replace all the spaces with ‘%20’ when URLs are passed via a proxy. I have the following Rewrite Rule added to my httpd.conf on the Apache 2 Proxy server I’m running.
RewriteRule ^/(.+)\ (.+)$ /$1\%20$2 [R, NE]
But for some reason when I look at the rewrite logs I see that the spaces are only being replaced at the very last occurrence of a space. So for example. Let’ say I start with
www.some<http://www.some> website that has info.com
In the logs I see the following:
www.some<http://www.some> website that has%20info.com
Notice it didn’t add the %20 between the first 3 spaces but it did on the 4th/last space.
This only happens after I added the NE flag, and I added this so that %20 doesn’t get encoded to %2520.
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