Scope: Can appear in server and virtual host configurations.
<Location>sections are processed in the order in which they appear in the configuration file, after the <Directory>sections, .htaccess files, and <Files>sections have been interpreted.
The <Location>section is the directive that is used most often with mod_perl.
Note that URIs do not have to refer to real directories or files within the filesystem at all; <Location> operates completely outside the filesystem. Indeed, it may sometimes be wise to ensure that <Location>s do not match real paths, to avoid confusion.
The URI may use wildcards. In a wildcard string, ? matches any single character, * matches any sequences of characters, and [ ] groups characters to match. For regular expression matches, use the <LocationMatch regex> ... </LocationMatch>syntax.
The <Location> functionality is especially useful when combined with the SetHandler directive. For example, to enable server status requests (via mod_status) but allow them only from browsers at *.example.com, you might use:
<Location /status> SetHandler server-status Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Allow from .example.com </Location>
As you can see, the /status path does not exist on the filesystem, but that doesn't matter because the filesystem isn't consulted for this request—it's passed on directly to mod_status.
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