Hi Torsten,

if my page contains relative paths (for example for images), I suppose
that I have to set document root and return DECLINED. It is correct?
It seems to work using this solution

thank you

Valerio



2008/3/28, Torsten Foertsch :
> On Fri 28 Mar 2008, Valerio wrote:
> > I set both document_root and filename: can I set just only the
> > filename or the document-root or I have to set both them?

>
>
> filename is just enough. You need to set docroot only if you have CGI scripts
> or similar that use it. You can also set only docroot and return DECLINED.
> The default trans handler then does the rest.
>
> You may also want to cache your DB lookups at least for the duration of the
> request. There are subrequests (when a directory index is created or mod_cgi
> computes PATH_TRANSLATED or similar). Each one of those would repeat the DB
> lookup otherwise.
>
>
> sub handler {
> my $r=shift;
>
>
> my $vpath;
> if( $r->prev ) { # handle subrequests
> $vpath=$r->prev->notes->{vpath};
> } elsif( $r->main ) { # handle internal redirects (ErrorDocument)
> $vpath=$r->main->notes->{vpath};
> } else {
> $vpath=db_lookup(...);
> $r->notes->{vpath}=$vpath;
> }
>
> $r->filename($vpath.$r->uri);
> return Apache2::Const::OK;
> }
>
>
> Torsten
>