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I´m getting creazy....
trying for hours to find out what kind of input the .htaccess needs to bring following output: %2f
sorry for some german phrases, but you will understand it:-9
ä wird zu Ã¤
ö wird zu Ã¶
ü wird zu Ã
Ü wird zu Ãœ
Ä wird zu Ã„
Ö wird zu Ã–
ß wird zu ÃŸ
and so on...
just wonna get: %2f
some of trials-and-errors:
%2%%22f wird zu %252f
%%22f wird zu %252f
%%25%22f wird zu %2552f
%%225%22f wird zu 252f
%%%22f wird zu %25%252f
%25%22f wird zu 52f
%2%f wird zu %25f
%%2%f wird zu %25%25f
%252f wird zu 52f
%22f wird zu 2f
%%2%22f wird zu %252f
%2%%225%22f wird zu %25252f
I will be so happy!!!
well, if someone comes to the domain income.com to should be redirected to the domain [outgoing.net...]
and my prob is now that if I write %26 into the htaccess-file I don´t get %26 but 6 only...
In my first posting I have written most of my test...
input is what I have written in the htaccess-file and output is the string which is tried to be opened in the browser...
"wird zu" -soorry German---"is changed to"
A redirect for your example might look something like:
RewriteRule ^income\.com$ [outgoing.net...]
I've never used it but your "wird zu" (meaning "is changed to") looks as if it's intended to operate on a character by character basis. In other words:
? wird zu %
? wird zu 2
? wird zu f
I suspect you'll require 3 characters of input to correspond to the output you want.
(no URI escaping of output) This flag keeps mod_rewrite from applying the usual URI escaping rules to the result of a rewrite. Ordinarily, special characters (such as '%', '$', ';', and so on) will be escaped into their hexcode equivalents ('%25', '%24', and '%3B', respectively); this flag prevents this from being done. This allows percent symbols to appear in the output, as in
RewriteRule /foo/(.*) /bar?arg=P1\%3d$1 [R,NE]
which would turn '/foo/zed' into a safe request for '/bar?arg=P1=zed'.
Notice: The noescape flag is only available with Apache 1.3.20 and later versions.