Forum: NGINX Question about QUERY_STRING

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Ankur G. (Guest)
on 2008-12-02 03:25
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Hello,
 I have a request that is originally  /a/b%26c.  It gets rewritten by
nginx
as ?i=a&j=b%26c.  When this is passed to php-fastcgi using the
QUERY_STRING
directive, it gets sent as i=a&j=b&c.   This is incorrect and the
escaped
version of the QUERY_STRING should be used.  Could someone let me know
if
this is a known issue?  I have tried it on both 0.7.24 and 0.6.34.

Thanks,
-Ankur
Ankur G. (Guest)
on 2008-12-02 17:08
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Hello,
 I have a request that is originally  /a/b%26c.  It gets rewritten by
nginx
as ?i=a&j=b%26c.  When this is passed to php-fastcgi using the
QUERY_STRING
directive, it gets sent as i=a&j=b&c.   This is incorrect and the
escaped
version of the QUERY_STRING should be used.  Could someone let me know
if
this is a known issue?  I have tried it on both 0.7.24 and 0.6.34.

Thanks,
-Ankur
Ankur G. (Guest)
on 2008-12-30 04:00
(Received via mailing list)
Hello,
 I have a request that is originally  /a/b%26c.  It gets rewritten by
nginx
as ?i=a&j=b%26c.  When this is passed to php-fastcgi using the
QUERY_STRING
directive, it gets sent as i=a&j=b&c.   This is incorrect and the
escaped
version of the QUERY_STRING should be used.  Could someone let me know
if
this is a known issue?  I have tried it on both 0.7.24 and 0.6.34.

Thanks,
-Ankur
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