Passing/forwarding X_PASSWORD header from client to mongrel
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Thu Apr 10 18:57:27 MSD 2008
I've run into a problem with my beloved nginx. I'm putting together a
back-office payment gateway, which serves requests RESTfully to
ActiveResource on various front-end applications. Each ActiveResource
request passes X_PASSWORD on its header, which then gets used in the
payment gateway logic. The problem, though, is that nginx messes with
this header and no matter what I tried, I could not get it to work.
Here's the line from my current nginx.conf:
proxy_set_header X_PASSWORD $http_x_password;
I've also tried
proxy_set_header HTTP_X_PASSWORD $http_x_password;
which do not work either. Just to make sure, I have tried by-passing
nginx and put mongrel directly on port http 80 (I'm using SSL 443 with
nginx) and everything worked just fine.
I did a literature search on google and while there are some similar
scenarios, I don't think anyone has ever run into this problem directly.
I would appreciate any feedback, insight and help.
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