Frank, all 3 or 4 of your posts on this have come through, and I answered it on Friday, http://lists.evolt.org/archive/Week-of-Mon-20020401/108835.html If you (or anyone for that matter) believe you're having problem posting to thelist, check the archives( http://lists.evolt.org/archive ) before posting tests, if they show up there, they got sent to the subscriber base. It's also updated everytime someone posts, so its very close to real time. If you are having problems, contact me at thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org and we'll sort through them.. .djc. Frank wrote: > > [Note: I keep resending this email. Though the test went though, > this one seems to fail over. I keep resending it with a variety of > modifications in the hope that it goes though.] > > > This issue has been raised before, but I haven't been able to find > the solution, if it was offered. A deep and meaningful Google > session has failed me. I would effervesce like a freshly opened soft > drink if someone could give me a hand. > > I use the basics of Fusebox 2, and specifically the tag > FormURL2Attributes. I need my DBs to index. Works like a charm on Win* > platforms (using Apache). Fails on *nix using Apache. > > Apache doesn't return cgi.path_info. Ugh. > > I thought that I could have grabbed at something like cgi. request_uri > and munged it, but Apache fails to return that too. As a matter of fact, > anything after '.cfm' in a url will fail to be passed on though Apache > if I use a scheme such as > > http://myserver.com/foo.cfm/bar=wheresthebeef > > Part of what makes this important is that a particular fusebox tag > sets up a url in the form of > > http://mydomain.com/doc.cfm/var1=1/var2=2.htm > > This makes it so that the server doesn't recognize a query string (no > ? or & to suggest a GET). Therefor anything after doc.cfm is cut > right out of the equation. cgi.path_info would have returned > > /var1=1/var2=2.htm > > I'm wondering if its a question of setting up apache, or cold fusion > or linux or what? What do I need to know, or to do to get my Linux, > Cold Fusion, Apache combo to return cgi.path_info ? Or can someone > suggest a work around? Has anyone seen the answer to this, or has > solved it? > > Using CF 4.5.1 SP2 on Linux 7.somethingorother.