John Grohol PsyD (email@example.com)
Sun, 14 Mar 1999 09:15:27 -0500 sort result by time broken
The most common reason any Web server doesn't return a last-modified
date is because you are parsing all HTML documents for server side
includes. For whatever reason, when a document has to be parsed this
way, no last-modified header is given. In your Netscape admin interface,
go to Content Mgmt. Then click on "Parse HTML." (Umm, that's where it
is in the 2.x version of the servers; I imagine int he 3.x line, it
is someplace similar). Change the server-parsed
options there to either turn them off, or turn them on more selectively.
Alternatively, you can add a "last-modified" header in each HTML
document, which should also work in the same manner.
In Apache, you can specify that a last-modified header can be given
even for server-parsed documents.
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At 07:06 AM 3/14/99 EST, Jabba The Hut wrote: > >Sorry if this is slightly off topic, but I've asked in all of the "logical" >places with no response. > >Netscape Enterprise 3.01 on AIX does not return a "Last Modified Date," so the >search doesnt sort by date. > >I've verified this with telneting to Port 80 and manually doing, GET, HEAD, >etc, > >It works fine with Apache of course, but I need to get it working with the >Netscape Server. > >This is an older version, but I understand the current version shipping with >Caldera Open Linux has the same problem. > >Can anyone help me get this working with Netscape Server? > >Thanks > >____________________________________________________________________ >More than just email--Get your FREE Netscape WebMail account today at http://home.netscape.com/netcenter/mail >------------------------------------ >To unsubscribe from the htdig mailing list, send a message to >firstname.lastname@example.org containing the single word "unsubscribe" in >the SUBJECT of the message. > > ------------------------------------ To unsubscribe from the htdig mailing list, send a message to email@example.com containing the single word "unsubscribe" in the SUBJECT of the message.
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