Forum: Ruby on Rails mod_auth_token (or secdownload) and routing

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Bd3a4af368439803aa37d318f9941a9f?d=identicon&s=25 David (Guest)
on 2006-04-12 20:12
I am currently trying to use mod_auth_token with Apache to create
relatively secure URLs to files.  It is configured with a prefix of
/get/, which isn't in use by any controllers in my application.

Do I have to tell rails explicitly that I don't want /get/ handled by
it?  Or should Apache deal with that before the request is dispatched to
it?  At present, I get a routing recognition failure from rails.

I can't figure out whether it doesn't work because I've got the
configuration wrong in Apache, or because I need to tell rails to ignore
that URL.

Thanks :)
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