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As soon as I specify
ErrorDocument 401 /error.html
for my virtual server, I can't log into a secured directory under it using .htaccess/htpasswd, I get an error page instead.
I've specified other Errodocs for 403/404/500, etc. and I can log in fine with
the username/password prompt for http://www.virtualhost.com/foo/ but as soon
as I add the ErrorDocument 401 /error.html for virtualhost.com in httpd.conf I
get an error message when I goto http://www.virtualhost.com/foo/ instead of
the user/pass box.
I'm using Apache 1.3.12 with PHP 4.0.0 on Linux 2.2.16.
Specifying custom errordocs worked just fine with php version 3.0.15 and Apache 1.3.12. After upgrading to PHP v. 4.0.0 custom errordocs no longer work. Any ideas?
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Henryk Pl?tz (HenrykPloetz@gmx.de) was kind enough to confirm this bug for me.
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I've encountered this same problem myself and it seems to be a general issue with PHP4 and ErrorDocuments.
I've tried it under Linux kernel 2.2.14 with Apache 1.3.12 and PHP 4.0.1pl2 as well as with SunOS 5.7, Apache 1.3.12 and PHP 4.0.0.
When specifying an ErrorDocument to be parsed by PHP the returned HTTP-Status-Code is changed to 200 OK regardless of its previous value.
This causes the browser to not display any password dialogue.
The same happens with every other Status-Code (I've tried 401, 404 and 500) which all end up to be sent and logged as 200 OK.
Does this still happen with latest snapshot from http://snaps.php.net ??
This bug has been fixed in 4.0.2