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Using variables available in Perl scripts in httpd.conf file

 
Madangopal Venkatesan
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Hi,

I have a use-case that I need to use the variables available in Perl in my httpd.conf file.

First, I call the Perl scripts, I set the variables. Then in the httpd.conf file, I call the variable to set request headers.


The use-case is: I need to encrypt the value of a request header which I intend to do in perl and then using RequestHeader in httpd.conf, I set the value that I get from Perl.



PLEASE HELP!!!
 
fred rosenberger
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Please help with WHAT? You didn't actually ask a question anywhere.

Do you have perl installed?
Do you know how to run perl?
Do you know how to write a perl program?

Without you telling us what exactly the problems is, what you have tried, what happened, and what you expected to happen, about the only help you can expect is "Start here".
 
Madangopal Venkatesan
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The question is, i want to modify request headers and set its value to a value returned from a perl script in httpd.conf. how do i do that?
 
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