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Help on RewriteMap + RewriteCond - partial match

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I want RewriteCond to match only requests that start with a text from rewriteMap file.

I did this but it only works as an exactly match.
RewriteMap robots_page txt:/etc/robots_page.txt
RewriteCond ${robots_page:%{REQUEST_URI}|NOT_FOUND} !=NOT_FOUND
robots_page.txt contents:/rest-api/ -/rest-apiv2/ -/rest-apiv3/ -

For instance, I want to match requests like:/rest-api/customer/1/rest-api/invoice/2/rest-api/customer/list/rest-apiv2/invoice/98/rest-apiv3/invoice/list

posted Mar 13, 2015 by anonymous

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