Manipulating the body of a PUT/POST
Adam Hasselbalch Hansen
ahh at one.com
Fri Feb 3 08:50:54 UTC 2012
I am wondering if there is a way to manipulate the contents of a
PUT/POST (the request body) in a similar way that filters can manipulate
the body of a GET?
Would it e.g. be feasible (or even possible) to do a
ngx_http_read_client_request_body somewhere, mess about with the body,
and then somehow (how?) shove it back into the request, before passing
it on to whatever handles the actual writing (dav) or POST-processing
(php, whatever) or even upstream to a proxy backend?
Any thoughts appeciated!
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