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i have this URI /orls/myservice/f?p=4550 and the following location

location ~ "^/(.+)/myservice/f?p=(.+)$" {
 .....
}

nginx is returning a 404 not found. the problem might come from the ? so i tried \? buit i'm still getting the same error. Can anyone help ?

  • what exactly you need to match from here: /orls/myservice/f?p=4550 – ADM Apr 8 '15 at 16:36
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The location match does not consider the query string:

Note that locations of all types test only a URI part of request line 
without arguments. This is done because arguments in the query string 
may be given in several ways [...]

http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/request_processing.html

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Try also to escape the / character

http://regexr.com/3apga

  • It's not working nginx does not seem to support ? querry. – skip87 Apr 8 '15 at 16:28
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You need to escape slashes and question mark, like this:

location ~ "^\/(.+)\/myservice\/f\?p=(.+)$" {
 .....
}

This will match first folder and p arg.

1 = orls
2 = 4550

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