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Apache Modules

Patsy Morrow
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Joined: May 13, 2013
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I am new to using apache modules. I want to use the mod_log_config in a custom log. I know the data I wnat to log; however, I have no clue on how to implement it. From reading about it, it seems as though it is found in the mod_log_config.c file: Where is that file typically located?

I want to use data from the log file to determine which xml file to have apache to serve. I'm assuming I implement this in java...is that correct? If not, how is this done

Thanks in advance!
 
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