|UNIX: Apache setup|
|Vitalware 1.0 Install/Upgrade Notes|
Apache is a public domain web server. It is the most popular web server in the world. In order to make web services available a web server (httpd) must be installed on the Vitalware server machine. Vitalware supports both internet access (no password required) and intranet access (password protected). It is only necessary to set up Apache if you require Web access to Vitalware, otherwise this step may be skipped.
In the notes below client refers to the name of the client directory for the current installation. The term ~vw is used to refer to the user vw's home directory. This is normally /home/vw. The term confdir is used to refer to the Apache configuration file. The normal value is:
Installation Notes (Apache)
There are two URLs used to access KE Vitalware from the Internet and from an Intranet:
To restrict access via an Intranet interface you need to modify the .htaccess file located in ~vw/client/html/cgi-vws. See the Apache documentation for more details.
|Mise à jour le Lundi, 15 Mars 2010|