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Subject svn commit: r106777 - /httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/glossary.xml
Date Sun, 28 Nov 2004 00:59:31 GMT
Author: kess
Date: Sat Nov 27 16:59:30 2004
New Revision: 106777

add an id attribute for every anchor


Modified: httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/glossary.xml
--- httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/glossary.xml	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/trunk/docs/manual/glossary.xml	Sat Nov 27 16:59:30 2004
@@ -32,22 +32,22 @@
 <section id="definitions"><title>Definitions</title>
-    <dt><a name="accesscontrol">Access Control</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="accesscontrol" id="accesscontrol">Access Control</a></dt>
     <dd>The restriction of access to network realms. In an Apache context
       usually the restriction of access to certain <em>URLs</em>.<br />
See:  <a
       href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
-    <dt><a name="algorithm">Algorithm</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="algorithm" id="algorithm">Algorithm</a></dt>
     <dd>An unambiguous formula or set of rules for solving a problem in a finite
       number of steps. Algorithms for encryption are usually called
-    <dt><a name="apacheextensiontool">APache eXtension Tool</a> 
-      <a name="apxs">(apxs)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="apacheextensiontool" id="apacheextensiontool">APache
+        eXtension Tool</a> <a name="apxs" id="apxs">(apxs)</a></dt>
     <dd>A perl script that aids in compiling <glossary
       ref="module">module</glossary> sources into Dynamic Shared Objects
       (<glossary ref="dso">DSO</glossary>s) and helps install them in the
@@ -55,14 +55,14 @@
       See: <a href="programs/apxs.html">Manual Page: apxs</a>
-    <dt><a name="authentication">Authentication</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="authentication" id="authentication">Authentication</a></dt>
     <dd>The positive identification of a network entity such as a server, a
       client, or a user.<br />
       See: <a href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
-    <dt><a name="certificate">Certificate</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="certificate" id="certificate">Certificate</a></dt>
     <dd>A data record used for authenticating network entities such
       as a server or a client. A certificate contains X.509 information pieces
       about its owner (called the subject) and the signing <glossary
@@ -74,8 +74,9 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="certificatsigningrequest">Certificate Signing Request</a>
-      <a name="csr">(CSR)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="certificatsigningrequest"
+      id="certificatsigningrequest">Certificate Signing Request</a>
+      <a name="csr" id="csr">(CSR)</a></dt>
     <dd>An unsigned <glossary ref="certificate">certificate</glossary>
       submission to a <glossary ref="certificationauthority">Certification
       Authority</glossary>, which signs it with the <glossary
@@ -85,8 +86,9 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a>
-      <a name="ca">(CA)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="certificationauthority"
+        id="certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a>
+      <a name="ca" id="ca">(CA)</a></dt>
     <dd>A trusted third party whose purpose is to sign certificates for network
       entities it has authenticated using secure means. Other network entities
       can check the signature to verify that a CA has authenticated the bearer
@@ -94,20 +96,20 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="cipher">Cipher</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="cipher" id="cipher">Cipher</a></dt>
     <dd>An algorithm or system for data encryption. Examples are DES, IDEA, RC4,
       etc.<br />
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="ciphertext">Ciphertext</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="ciphertext" id="ciphertext">Ciphertext</a></dt>
     <dd>The result after <glossary ref="plaintext">Plaintext</glossary>
       passed through a <glossary ref="cipher">Cipher</glossary>.<br />
See: <a
       href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="commongatewayinterface">Common Gateway Interface</a>
-      <a name="cgi">(CGI)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="commongatewayinterface" id="commongatewayinterface">Common
+        Gateway Interface</a> <a name="cgi" id="cgi">(CGI)</a></dt>
     <dd>A standard definition for an interface between a web server and an
       external program that allows the external program to service requests.
       The interface was originally defined by <a
@@ -116,22 +118,24 @@
       See: <a href="howto/cgi.html">Dynamic Content with CGI</a>
-    <dt><a name="configurationdirective">Configuration Directive</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="configurationdirective"
+        id="configurationdirective">Configuration Directive</a></dt>
     <dd>See: <glossary ref="directive">Directive</glossary></dd>
-    <dt><a name="configurationfile">Configuration File</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="configurationfile" id="configurationfile">Configuration
+        File</a></dt>
     <dd>A text file containing <glossary ref="directive">Directives</glossary>
       that control the configuration of Apache.<br />
       See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
-    <dt><a name="connect">CONNECT</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="connect" id="connect">CONNECT</a></dt>
     <dd>An HTTP <glossary ref="method">method</glossary> for proxying raw
       channels over HTTP. It can be used to encapsulate other protocols, such as
       the SSL protocol.
-    <dt><a name="context">Context</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="context" id="context">Context</a></dt>
     <dd>An area in the <glossary ref="configurationfile">configuration
       files</glossary> where certain types of <glossary
       ref="directive">directives</glossary> are allowed.<br />
@@ -139,7 +143,8 @@
       Apache Directives</a>
-    <dt><a name="digitalsignature">Digital Signature</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="digitalsignature" id="digitalsignature">Digital
+        Signature</a></dt>
     <dd>An encrypted text block that validates a certificate or other file. A
       <glossary ref="certificationauthority">Certification Authority</glossary>
       creates a signature by generating a hash of the <em>Public Key</em>
@@ -150,22 +155,23 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="directive">Directive</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="directive" id="directive">Directive</a></dt>
     <dd>A configuration command that controls one or more aspects of Apache's
       behavior.  Directives are placed in the <glossary
       ref="configurationfile">Configuration File</glossary><br />
     See: <a href="mod/directives.html">Directive Index</a>
-    <dt><a name="dynamicsharedobject">Dynamic Shared Object</a>
-      <a name="dso">(DSO)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="dynamicsharedobject" id="dynamicsharedobject">Dynamic
+        Shared Object</a> <a name="dso" id="dso">(DSO)</a></dt>
     <dd><glossary ref="module">Modules</glossary> compiled separately from
       Apache httpd binary that can be loaded on-demand.<br />
       See: <a href="dso.html">Dynamic Shared Object Support</a>
-    <dt><a name="environmentvariable">Environment Variable</a>
-      <a name="env-variable">(env-variable)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="environmentvariable" id="environmentvariable">Environment
+        Variable</a> <a name="env-variable"
+        id="env-variable">(env-variable)</a></dt>
     <dd>Named variables managed by the operating system shell and used to store
       information and communicate between programs.  Apache also contains
       internal variables that are referred to as environment variables, but are
@@ -174,7 +180,7 @@
       See: <a href="env.html">Environment Variables in Apache</a>
-    <dt><a name="export-crippled">Export-Crippled</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="export-crippled" id="export-crippled">Export-Crippled</a></dt>
     <dd>Diminished in cryptographic strength (and security) in order to comply
       with the United States' Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
       Export-crippled cryptographic software is limited to a small key size,
@@ -183,7 +189,7 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="filter">Filter</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="filter" id="filter">Filter</a></dt>
     <dd>A process that is applied to data that is sent or received by the
       server.  Input filters process data sent by the client to the server,
       while output filters process documents on the server before they are sent
@@ -193,15 +199,16 @@
       See: <a href="filter.html">Filters</a>
-    <dt><a name="fully-qualifieddomain-name">Fully-Qualified Domain-Name</a>
-      <a name="fqdn">(FQDN)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="fully-qualifieddomain-name" 
+        id="fully-qualifieddomain-name">Fully-Qualified Domain-Name</a>
+      <a name="fqdn" id="fqdn">(FQDN)</a></dt>
     <dd>The unique name of a network entity, consisting of a hostname and a
       domain name that can resolve to an IP address. For example,
       <code>www</code> is a hostname, <code></code> is
a domain name,
       and <code></code> is a fully-qualified domain name.
-    <dt><a name="handler">Handler</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="handler" id="handler">Handler</a></dt>
     <dd>An internal Apache representation of the action to be performed when a
       file is called. Generally, files have implicit handlers, based on the file
       type. Normally, all files are simply served by the server, but certain
@@ -209,21 +216,21 @@
       <code>cgi-script</code> handler designates files to be processed as
       <glossary ref="cgi">CGIs</glossary>.<br />
       See: <a href="handler.html">Apache's Handler Use</a>
-   </dd>
+    </dd>
-   <dt><a name="hash">Hash</a></dt>
-   <dd>A mathematical one-way, irreversable algorithm generating a string with
-      fixed-length from another string of any length. Different input strings
-      will usually produce different hashes (depending on the hash function).
-   </dd>
+    <dt><a name="hash" id="hash">Hash</a></dt>
+    <dd>A mathematical one-way, irreversable algorithm generating a string with
+       fixed-length from another string of any length. Different input strings
+       will usually produce different hashes (depending on the hash function).
+    </dd>
-    <dt><a name="header">Header</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="header" id="header">Header</a></dt>
     <dd>The part of the <glossary ref="http">HTTP</glossary> request and
       response that is sent before the actual content, and that contains
       meta-information describing the content.
-    <dt><a name=".htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> 
+    <dt><a name=".htaccess" id=".htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> 
     <dd>A <glossary ref="configurationfile">configuration file</glossary>
       is placed inside the web tree and applies configuration <glossary
       ref="directive">directives</glossary> to the directory where it is
@@ -232,7 +239,7 @@
       See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
-    <dt><a name="httpd.conf">httpd.conf</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="httpd.conf" id="httpd.conf">httpd.conf</a></dt>
     <dd>The main Apache <glossary ref="configurationfile">configuration
       file</glossary>.  The default location is
       <code>/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf</code>, but it may be moved using
@@ -240,34 +247,35 @@
       See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
-    <dt><a name="hypertexttransferprotocol">HyperText Transfer Protocol</a>
-      <a name="http">(HTTP)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="hypertexttransferprotocol"
+      id="hypertexttransferprotocol">HyperText Transfer Protocol</a>
+      <a name="http" id="hhtp">(HTTP)</a></dt>
     <dd>The standard transmission protocol used on the World Wide Web.  Apache
       implements version 1.1 of the protocol, referred to as HTTP/1.1 and
       defined by <a href="">RFC 2616</a>.
-    <dt><a name="https">HTTPS</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="https" id="https">HTTPS</a></dt>
     <dd>The HyperText Transfer Protocol (Secure), the standard encrypted
       communication mechanism on the World Wide Web. This is actually just HTTP
       over <glossary ref="ssl">SSL</glossary>.<br />
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="method">Method</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="method" id="method">Method</a></dt>
     <dd>In the context of <glossary ref="http">HTTP</glossary>, an action
       perform on a resource, specified on the request line by the client.  Some
       of the methods available in HTTP are <code>GET</code>, <code>POST</code>,
       and <code>PUT</code>.
-    <dt><a name="messagedigest">Message Digest</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="messagedigest" id="messagedigest">Message Digest</a></dt>
     <dd>A hash of a message, which can be used to verify that the contents of
       the message have not been altered in transit.<br />
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="mime-type">MIME-type</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="mime-type" id="mime-type">MIME-type</a></dt>
     <dd>A way to describe the kind of document being transmitted.  Its name
       comes from that fact that its format is borrowed from the Multipurpose
       Internet Mail Extensions.  It consists of a major type and a minor type,
@@ -278,7 +286,7 @@
       See: <a href="mod/mod_mime.html">mod_mime</a>
-    <dt><a name="module">Module</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="module" id="module">Module</a></dt>
     <dd>An independent part of a program.  Much of Apache's functionality is
       contained in modules that you can choose to include or exclude.  Modules
       that are compiled into the Apache httpd binary are called <em>static
@@ -292,8 +300,8 @@
       See: <a href="mod/">Module Index</a>
-    <dt><a name="modulemagicnumber">Module Magic Number</a>
-      (<a name="mmn">MMN</a>)</dt>
+    <dt><a name="modulemagicnumber" id="modulemagicnumber">Module Magic
+      Number</a> (<a name="mmn" id="mmn">MMN</a>)</dt>
     <dd>Module Magic Number is a constant defined in the Apache source code that
       is associated with binary compatibility of modules. It is changed when
       internal Apache structures, function calls and other significant parts of
@@ -303,29 +311,30 @@
       version of Apache.
-    <dt><a name="openssl">OpenSSL</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="openssl" id="openssl">OpenSSL</a></dt>
     <dd>The Open Source toolkit for SSL/TLS<br />
       See <a href=""></a>#
-    <dt><a name="passphrase">Pass Phrase</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="passphrase" id="passphrase">Pass Phrase</a></dt>
     <dd>The word or phrase that protects private key files. It prevents
       unauthorized users from encrypting them. Usually it's just the secret
-      encryption/decryption key used for <a name="cipher">Ciphers</a>.<br
+      encryption/decryption key used for <glossary
+      ref="cipher">Ciphers</glossary>.<br />
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="plaintext">Plaintext</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="plaintext" id="plaintext">Plaintext</a></dt>
     <dd>The unencrypted text.</dd>
-    <dt><a name="privatekey">Private Key</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="privatekey" id="privatekey">Private Key</a></dt>
     <dd>The secret key in a <glossary ref="publickeycryptography">Public Key
       Cryptography</glossary> system, used to decrypt incoming messages and
       sign outgoing ones.<br />
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="proxy">Proxy</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="proxy" id="proxy">Proxy</a></dt>
     <dd>An intermediate server that sits between the client and the <em>origin
         server</em>.  It accepts requests from clients, transmits those requests
       on to the origin server, and then returns the response from the origin
@@ -335,7 +344,7 @@
       See: <a href="mod/mod_proxy.html">mod_proxy</a>
-    <dt><a name="publickey">Public Key</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="publickey" id="publickey">Public Key</a></dt>
     <dd>The publicly available key in a <glossary
       ref="publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</glossary> system,
       used to encrypt messages bound for its owner and to decrypt signatures
@@ -343,7 +352,8 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="publickeycryptography"
+      id="publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a></dt>
     <dd>The study and application of asymmetric encryption systems, which use
       one key for encryption and another for decryption. A corresponding pair of
       such keys constitutes a key pair. Also called Asymmetric Cryptography.
@@ -351,8 +361,8 @@
       See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-    <dt><a name="regularexpresion">Regular Expression</a>
-      <a name="regex">(Regex)</a></dt>
+    <dt><a name="regularexpresion" id="regularexpresion">Regular Expression</a>
+      <a name="regex" id="regex">(Regex)</a></dt>
     <dd>A way of describing a pattern in text - for example, "all the words that
       begin with the letter A" or "every 10-digit phone number" or even "Every
       sentence with two commas in it, and no capital letter Q". Regular
@@ -364,14 +374,14 @@
       href="">PCRE</a> library.
-  <dt><a name="reverseproxy">Reverse Proxy</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="reverseproxy" id="reverseproxy">Reverse Proxy</a></dt>
   <dd>A <glossary ref="proxy">proxy</glossary> server that appears to the
     as if it is an <em>origin server</em>.  This is useful to hide the real
     origin server from the client for security reasons, or to load balance.
-  <dt><a name="securesocketslayer">Secure Sockets Layer</a>
-    <a name="ssl">(SSL)</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="securesocketslayer" id="securesocketslayer">Secure Sockets
+      Layer</a> <a name="ssl" id="ssl">(SSL)</a></dt>
   <dd>A protocol created by Netscape Communications Corporation for general
     communication authentication and encryption over TCP/IP networks.  The most
     popular usage is <em>HTTPS</em>, i.e. the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
@@ -379,34 +389,35 @@
     See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-  <dt><a name="serversideincludes">Server Side Includes</a>
-    <a name="ssi">(SSI)</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="serversideincludes" id="serversideincludes">Server Side
+      Includes</a> <a name="ssi" id="ssi">(SSI)</a></dt>
   <dd>A technique for embedding processing directives inside HTML files.<br />
     See: <a href="howto/ssi.html">Introduction to Server Side Includes</a>
-  <dt><a name="session">Session</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="session" id="session">Session</a></dt>
   <dd>The context information of a communication in general.</dd>
-  <dt><a name="ssleay">SSLeay</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="ssleay" id="ssleay">SSLeay</a></dt>
   <dd>The original SSL/TLS implementation library developed by Eric A.
-  <dt><a name="symmetriccryptophraphy">Symmetric Cryptography</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="symmetriccryptophraphy" id="symmetriccryptophraphy">Symmetric
+      Cryptography</a></dt>
   <dd>The study and application of <em>Ciphers</em> that use a single secret
     for both encryption and decryption operations.<br />
     See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-  <dt><a name="tarball">Tarball</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="tarball" id="tarball">Tarball</a></dt>
   <dd>A package of files gathered together using the <code>tar</code> utility.
     Apache distributions are stored in compressed tar archives or using
-  <dt><a name="transportlayersecurity">Transport Layer Security</a>
-    <a name="tls">(TLS)</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="transportlayersecurity" id="transportlayersecurity">Transport
+      Layer Security</a> <a name="tls" id="tls">(TLS)</a></dt>
   <dd>The successor protocol to SSL, created by the Internet Engineering Task
     Force (IETF) for general communication authentication and encryption over
     TCP/IP networks. TLS version 1 and is nearly identical with SSL version
@@ -414,8 +425,8 @@
     See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
-  <dt><a name="uniformresourcelocator">Uniform Resource Locator</a>
-    <a name="url">(URL)</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="uniformresourcelocator" id="uniformresourcelocator">Uniform
+      Resource Locator</a> <a name="url" id="url">(URL)</a></dt>
   <dd>The name/address of a resource on the Internet.  This is the common
     informal term for what is formally called a <glossary
       ref="uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</glossary>.
@@ -424,8 +435,9 @@
-  <dt><a name="uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</a>
-    <a name="URI">(URI)</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="uniformresourceidentifier"
+    id="uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</a>
+    <a name="URI" id="URI">(URI)</a></dt>
   <dd>A compact string of characters for identifying an abstract or physical
     resource.  It is formally defined by <a
       href="">RFC 2396</a>.  URIs used on the
@@ -433,7 +445,7 @@
-  <dt><a name="virtualhosting">Virtual Hosting</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="virtualhosting" id="virtualhosting">Virtual Hosting</a></dt>
   <dd>Serving multiple websites using a single instance of Apache.  <em>IP
       virtual hosting</em> differentiates between websites based on their IP
     address, while <em>name-based virtual hosting</em> uses only the name of
@@ -441,7 +453,7 @@
     See: <a href="vhosts/">Apache Virtual Host documentation</a>
-  <dt><a name="x.509">X.509</a></dt>
+  <dt><a name="x.509" id="x.509">X.509</a></dt>
   <dd>An authentication certificate scheme recommended by the International
     Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) which is used for SSL/TLS authentication.<br
     /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>

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