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[client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ?
Hello all
im doing simple request to apache 2.2 on win xp with php
the request is processed throw browser XMLHttpRequest object on the client
side
the request looks like this :
index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed, referer:
http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
and apache logs shows me this error log :
[error] [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard
characters: access to /index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed,
referer:
http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2

what is wrong here ?
Re: [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ? [ In reply to ]
remember the rules of variable name
_data ,_data_category is invalid variable name.
choose data, data_category instead.


Meir Yanovich wrote:
> Hello all
> im doing simple request to apache 2.2 on win xp with php
> the request is processed throw browser XMLHttpRequest object on the
> client side
> the request looks like this :
> index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed, referer:
> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
> <http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
> and apache logs shows me this error log :
> [error] [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard
> characters: access to /index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All
> failed, referer:
> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
> <http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
>
> what is wrong here ?
Re: [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ? [ In reply to ]
Thanks for the reply i didn't know Apache have problem with this ..
any way now after fixing the variable names im having problem that the
Apache returns me 404 error
[info] [client 127.0.0.1] found %2f (encoded '/') in URI (decoded='/
http://localhost/index.php?A=1&data=857&data_category=All '), returning 404,
referer:
http://localhost/index.php?data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2<http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>

the index.php is exist ( is the page from where im sending the request ... )

what Apache does not like now ...? )

Thanks!!!

2009/2/6 chint <chint@neo.com.vn>

> remember the rules of variable name
> _data ,_data_category is invalid variable name.
> choose data, data_category instead.
>
>
> Meir Yanovich wrote:
>
>> Hello all
>> im doing simple request to apache 2.2 on win xp with php
>> the request is processed throw browser XMLHttpRequest object on the client
>> side
>> the request looks like this :
>> index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed, referer:
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2 <
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
>> and apache logs shows me this error log :
>> [error] [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard
>> characters: access to /index.php?A=1&_data=857&_data_category=All failed,
>> referer:
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2 <
>> http://localhost/index.php?_data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2>
>>
>> what is wrong here ?
>>
>
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Re: [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ? [ In reply to ]
On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Meir Yanovich <meiry242@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply i didn't know Apache have problem with this ..
> any way now after fixing the variable names im having problem that the
> Apache returns me 404 error
> [info] [client 127.0.0.1] found %2f (encoded '/') in URI
> (decoded='/http://localhost/index.php?A=1&data=857&data_category=All '),
^ huh?

> returning 404, referer:
> http://localhost/index.php?data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
>
> the index.php is exist ( is the page from where im sending the request ... )
> what Apache does not like now ...? )

Sounds like you've got some bad rewrites somewhere. Can you include
relevant parts of your configuration? Why does your URI


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Re: [client 127.0.0.1] (20025)The given path contained wildcard characters Error why is that ? [ In reply to ]
The configuration is out of the box i didn't change any thing there .
what part do you what to see?
is there any reason its happening because im using XMLHttpRequest to send
the request ?
if i copy the request string and pass it to browser url it does work .




On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 8:16 PM, Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Meir Yanovich <meiry242@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply i didn't know Apache have problem with this ..
> > any way now after fixing the variable names im having problem that the
> > Apache returns me 404 error
> > [info] [client 127.0.0.1] found %2f (encoded '/') in URI
> > (decoded='/http://localhost/index.php?A=1&data=857&data_category=All '),
> ^ huh?
>
> > returning 404, referer:
> > http://localhost/index.php?data=cars&category=All&ItemPage=1&Action=2
> >
> > the index.php is exist ( is the page from where im sending the request
> ... )
> > what Apache does not like now ...? )
>
> Sounds like you've got some bad rewrites somewhere. Can you include
> relevant parts of your configuration? Why does your URI
>
>
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> Eric Covener
> covener@gmail.com
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