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OnLAMP: Writing Input Filters for Apache 2.0
Oct 5, 2001, 15 :39 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (2413 reads) (Other stories by Ryan Bloom)

"In this article, we'll focus on input filters. The two filter types are very similar and many of the concepts that we have already covered with output filters can be successfully applied to input filters. ..."

"The first difference between input and output filters is that there are two different types of input filters -- those that filter all content and those that filter only request data. The big difference is that the former will filter headers as well as body data, while the latter only filters body data. ..."

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