But that still comes back to the question "how are you creating a 500 error to test this?". –BazzaDP Oct 7 '15 at 21:03 @BazzaDP If I navigate to The Fallback Language Do we need a special handling for languages other than those we have translations for? In this instance the value of REQUEST_FILENAME does not change because everything after /test is stripped (in fact, everything after the last matched directory + filename is stripped), so the same How might a government pass a law without the population knowing? http://focalhosting.com/apache-error/apache-error-document-location.html
How does Professor McGonagall know about the Golden Trio's conversation? Documents as simple as that certainly cause no problems to translate or expand. Is there one word that describes the attribute of being either disposable or reusable? The problem that remains is that I'm not getting redirected to my custom 404 page. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=133622
Upgrade, and refer to the current version of httpd instead, documented at: Current release version of Apache HTTP Server documentationYou may follow this link to go to the current version of Surprised this doesn't lead to lots of rewrite loops - though I do see now that there is warning of this in the Apache docs. Or, you can have error conditions handled by a cgi program, or other dynamic handler (PHP, mod_perl, etc) which makes use of these variables. I would expect to see the custom 500 page, considering that's what I set in my ErrorDocument rule in htaccess –binaryfunt Oct 7 '15 at 21:27 | show 3 more comments
In particular, if a malformed request is detected, normal request processing will be immediately halted and the internal error message returned. Try connecting to the virtualhost using the server's name as defined by the ServerName directive. Thanks very much. Proxyerroroverride Starting with this example, you will find it easy to add more error documents, or to translate the error documents to different languages.