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Send response before private Module returns to Apache ?

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While processing requests in our private module (all in design stage still...), we wish to start sending response to the user before the end of processing in the module.

We only know of one way to return data to Apache - that is by filling the request_rec and exiting the Module handler. Is there a different way of "pushing" a response (along with data to be sent) from handler back to Apache before the handler returns control ?

Thanx !
Omer.
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I can't remember exactly, but if you download and look at mod_jserv now called mod_jk, you'll see that the app server can send back chunks to Apache, who in turn must send them to the browser.

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BigRat,

Thx.

We downloaded mod_jk and saw it calls ap_rwrite to write chunks - do you know sthg about it ?

On an [un]related note, we cannot find developers documentation for basic things like the function above - apache.org only has a nicely formatted page where no info except for function decalaration is supplied ? - this question bugs us and will be worth more points...

thx again, Omer.
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BigRat,

Just logged-in after a while and saw this open question, so ... I have lots of points :)

Omer.
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