[mod_python] server (internal) redirect

Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy grisha at modpython.org
Fri Jun 21 10:41:26 EST 2002

I don't think this is possible with Apache 1.3. The content from
mod_python does not get later processed by mod_ssi, it goes directly to
the client.

I believe Apache 2.0 implements SSI as a filter, and you could do
something like this. But I don't think mod_python 3.0 will be released
before August.

In any event - you might want to rethink your strategy. Including a file
is very easily done in Python, I'm not sure why you would to delegate that
to mod_ssi.


On Fri, 21 Jun 2002, Nick Seidenman wrote:

> I'm using the publisher handler to construct a page that has SSI
> (server-side include) code in it.  Once the page is built I want to then
> run it back through the server.  Just setting
>     req.content_type = text/x-server-parsed-html
> doesh't do it.  Any suggestion?
> Please note, I'm NOT talking about an HTTP redirect;  I'm talking about
> returning something to the publisher that will let it know it needs to
> run the output back through the server so that the SSI code can be
> processed before sending it back to the client.
> TiA,
> Nick
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