apachemoduleheaders.dll Error Fix
What is apachemoduleheaders.dll?
The file apachemoduleheaders.dll provides directives to control Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) headers. The file apachemoduleheaders.dll can either replace or remove an HTTP header or merge it with another HTTP header.
The file apachemoduleheaders.dll works with several other dynamically linked libraries that support the customization of HTTP response headers. Developed by Apache Software Foundation the file apachemoduleheaders.dll consumes less than ten kilobytes of memory and serves as a file extension for the Apache HTTP Server software.
As a very important module for HTTP server response the file apachemoduleheaders.dll defines various characteristics of requested or provided data. The request to response relation between the HTTP server and data called an ‘argument’ logically results in a response header. The action performed by the file apachemoduleheaders.dll is determined by the first argument which can be any one of the following values.
Set – Where the response header is set, substituting any previous header. Append – When a new value is combined with an already existing header. The new value is separated by a comma. Add – The response header is added to the existing set of headers. Unset – The response header is removed.
This argument is followed by the header name. The add, append, and set values are given as the third argument. If these values contain spaces it should be surrounded by quotation marks. To unset the header do not give any value to the header. This will then set the Header Directive which contains the commands that in turn set the operability of the HTTP server.
The Header Directive which is contained in the file apachemoduleheaders.dll occurs anywhere in the HTTP server configuration. The Header Directives must be properly processed based on this following order which must never be reversed to avoid the omission of the header.
1. main server
2. virtual host
Recommended fix if you are experiencing apachemoduleheaders.dll error messages:
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