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Apache 2.2 mod_security 2.5.7 file upload

Posted on 2009-04-17
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Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I have to enable file upload to a backend j2ee server using commons file upload.  however, I can't get it to go through Apache web server (2.2) with mod security (2.5.7).
the apache log shows 302 error for every upload.  I know this is redirect but i don't know where it is going to.  302 is followed by 136.

what configuration am i missing?
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