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I'm using an API that puts a unique id in the route and then I need that unique ID moved into my internal routing (so php can work with it).

The url is:

http://top.level.domain/folder/[UNIQUEID]/index.php

The file on the server to host is actually located at:

http://top.level.domain/folder/index.php

So I need to turn the original URL into:

http://top.level.domain/folder/index.php/[UNIQUEID]

Any ideas of a rewrite rule that would do what I need?

(Duplicate question closed on stackoverflow.)

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How about

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} /folder/[^\/]+/index.php
RewriteRule /folder/([^\/]+)/ /folder/index.php/$1
  • I still get a 404 with that – TheStoneFox Mar 11 '13 at 11:11
  • Try enabling the rewrite log and see what you get. – Flup Mar 11 '13 at 11:17

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