apachemodulespelling.dll Error Solution

The apachemodulespeling.dll module has the key function spelling module which attempts to correct mistaken Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) that users might have entered by ignoring capitalization or by committing at the most a single misspelled word. There are times when requests for documents cannot be served by the core Apache server because the request was improperly capitalized or misspelled.

The apachemodulespeling.dll file addresses this issue by trying to search for a matching document. This module compares each document name in the requested directory against the requested document name without regard to case sensitivity and it also allows up to one misspelling that could have been by transposition, wrong character, character insertion, or omission.

The apachemodulespeling.dll module is made by Apache Software Foundation (ASF) a non-profit company formed in June 1999 in the USA and is a decentralized community of developers. It produces and distributes free and open source software applications under the terms of Apache license.

It supports Apache software projects like Apache Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Server, ActiveMQ, Apache Portable Runtime, Apache Geronimo, XML Graphics, and others.

The apachemodulespeling.dll module is a vital module for the Apache HTTP Server. An HTTP server is a communications protocol used to transfer information on intranets and the Internet. It provides a means in publishing as well as in retrieving hypertext pages.

The Apache HTTP Server is a request/response protocol between a client and a server. The server is commonly referred to as Apache. Apache is a web server famous for playing a major role in the development of the World Wide Web. This application is available for numerous Operating Systems including UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, Novell Netware, and Solaris.

Apachemodulespelling.dll is created by:

Apache Software Foundation

Known file path:

C:\program files\ apachegroup\ apache\ modules\apachemodulespelling.dll

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Because DLL’s are shared, one missing or corrupt DLL may affect multiple programs on your computer.

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