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apache_lookup_uri

(PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

apache_lookup_uri Effectue une requête partielle pour l'URI spécifiée et renvoie toutes les informations la concernant

Description

apache_lookup_uri ( string $filename ) : object|false

Cette fonction effectue une requête partielle pour l'URI spécifiée. Cette requête permet juste de récupérer toutes les informations importantes à propos de la ressource concernée.

Cette fonction est supportée lorsque PHP est installé comme module d'Apache.

Liste de paramètres

filename

Le nom du fichier (URI) qui sera demandé.

Valeurs de retour

Un objet des informations relatives à l'URI. Les propriétés de l'objet sont les suivantes :

  • status
  • the_request
  • status_line
  • method
  • content_type
  • handler
  • uri
  • filename
  • path_info
  • args
  • boundary
  • no_cache
  • no_local_copy
  • allowed
  • send_bodyct
  • bytes_sent
  • byterange
  • clength
  • unparsed_uri
  • mtime
  • request_time

Retourne false en cas d'échec.

Exemples

Exemple #1 Exemple avec apache_lookup_uri()

<?php
$info 
apache_lookup_uri('index.php?var=value');
print_r($info);

if (
file_exists($info->filename)) {
    echo 
'le fichier existe !';
}
?>

Résultat de l'exemple ci-dessus est similaire à :

stdClass Object
(
    [status] => 200
    [the_request] => GET /dir/file.php HTTP/1.1
    [method] => GET
    [mtime] => 0
    [clength] => 0
    [chunked] => 0
    [content_type] => application/x-httpd-php
    [no_cache] => 0
    [no_local_copy] => 1
    [unparsed_uri] => /dir/index.php?var=value
    [uri] => /dir/index.php
    [filename] => /home/htdocs/dir/index.php
    [args] => var=value
    [allowed] => 0
    [sent_bodyct] => 0
    [bytes_sent] => 0
    [request_time] => 1074282764
)
le fichier existe !

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tester
12 years ago
bug: with apache 2, apache_lookup_uri("/directory") spits out a warning and fails to return anything.  apache_lookup_uri("/directory/") works.

another bug: virtual("something") forces a header flush.  I know it's documented, but it would be rather wonderful if it didn't do this.  You never ever want to flush headers when you're using virtual() to include a dynamic file such as a PHP or Perl file, which excludes virtual() from being used on most of any website's contents :-(.
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niels dot kootstra at gmail dot com
12 years ago
It's a very usefull function but it doesn't show all outputs. For example I only see:
[status]
[the_request]
[method]
[mtime]
[clength]
[chunked]
[content_type]
[no_cache]
[no_local_copy]
[unparsed_uri]
[uri]
[filename]
[path_info]
[allowed]
[sent_bodyct]
[bytes_sent]
[request_time]
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redbeard at mdjohnson dot nospam dot us
17 years ago
A useful feature is that if you have content negotiation on (Options MultiViews) Apache will resolve the negotiation for you if possible.  Thus www.example.com/blah will resolve to /base/blah.php or /base/blah.html or even /base/blah.en.html as appropriate.
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