[ Zend Core V2.x ]
[ IBM System i ]
This is the main Apache Server Configuration file, It contains the configuration directives that give the server its instructions (powered by Apache)..
The PASE apache server for IBM System i includes a rich collection of enhancements and features for a secure connection and a rich set of security features and services that pertain to the goals of authentication, authorization, integrity, confidentiality, and auditing.
There are two configuration steps which you must complete in order to protect a resource using basic apache PASE authentication, grouping alike users depending on what you are trying to do.
-c /password_file userid -- (created in the root directory) Choose your directory for the password file
htpasswd -b /password_file userid userpasswrd -- Add user and passwords to the password file
3.Optionally, create a Group File From an i5 command line:
You have information on your web site that is sensitive or intended for only a small group of people, the techniques in this article will help you make sure that only users with proper credentials will have access to the information.
Excerpt: Apache - PASE Authentication, Authorization and Access Control
Original Post Date: 2009-10-23 14:09:15
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Apache - PASE Authentication, Authorization and Access Control