Response Content Modifications

Moshe Kaplan mokplan at
Sun Feb 28 18:28:30 CET 2010

No, This is a clear case of system integration,

In many production systems, you cannot change the code itself, since it
involves in major risks (when you change a single line of code, you never
know where do you end at). However, several methods of reverse proxy can
still can be very useful in these systems.

I'll be glad for a reference in the code, and will glad to contribute to the
code base if it is needed to accomplish this task.

On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 7:06 PM, Poul-Henning Kamp <phk at>wrote:

> In message <c3623d231002280600v61c38ae4vaa41bc8e972da44d at>,
> Moshe
>  Kaplan writes:
> >The target is to modify the received content from the backend (for example
> >changing embedded URLs in HTML, removing parts of the content based on
> >regular expressions and so on).
> >
> >P.S. I don't have control on the back end content, so I cannot use esi.
> Sorry for asking a point blank rude question, but what you describes
> sounds like theft of copyrighted content from somebody else.
> Do you have the necessary legal rights to use the contents on the backend ?
> Poul-Henning
> --
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