RE: can PerlTransHandler deal with this?
> I think i'm using the wrong handler, but is there any handler can =[/color]
> this problem?[/color]
As far as I can remember mod_rewrite kicks in after a PerlTransHandler. =
This should enable you to use a TransHandler to rewrite the URI based on =
the database contents, eg:
[url]http://o.example.com/2.gif[/url] -> =
(be sure to return DECLINED) and then have mod_rewrite/mod_proxy proxy =
this for you:
RewriteRule [url]http://o.example.com/REDIR/(.*[/url]) http://$1 [proxy,last]
the 'REDIR' tag can be anything suitable for matching. The end user =
should not notice this.
Not tested, but think it should work