"J. Peng" writes:

> On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 7:03 PM, Torsten Foertsch
> wrote:
>> Example continued: The entry /var/www/a/b exists on disk either as file or as
>> directory but /var/www/a/b/c does not. Then after MapToStorage $r->filename
>> is /var/www/a/b and $r->path_info is /c/d/e.

> Sorry I can't understand for this. If /var/www/a/b exists but
> /var/www/a/b/c not, why user requests it? What's $r->path_info? How to
> get path_info from filename? thanks again.


If /var/www/a/b is a script of some kind, then it will be executed
with $r->path_info set to '/c'. This is another way of passing
parameters into a script, and it's preferred sometimes because it
looks more natural in a URL.

Hope this helps,