Solution to Url Encoded Slashes (%2F) Problem in Apache

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I was working on Drupal 6. I had to troubleshoot a site that has a problem in its link. The ugly URL looks like this:

The last argument in the link i.e. %252F is a forward slash automatically added by the Drupal engine which was creating problem while generating result. There are many ways to handle these urls. One way is listed below:

<VirtualHost *:80>
    AllowEncodedSlashes On

This directive may be set in server config file (e.g. httpd.conf OR /etc/apache2/sites-available/default) and may appear inside <VirtualHost> containers to affect certain websites. Using it in .htaccess files is not allowed.

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