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From Rob Hartill <hart...@ooo.lanl.gov>
Subject User and group databases (fwd)
Date Fri, 26 Jan 1996 17:34:25 GMT

> Date: Fri, 26 Jan 1996 16:16:50 -0800
> To: (server authors)
> From: www-servers@proper.com (WWW server FAQ)
> Cc: dougm@osf.org (Doug MacEachern)
> 
> Greetings. I normally don't forward other people's mail to my Bcc-only list
> of server authors, but I thought that this one was important enough to
> warrant your attention. It sounds like this project might help us all, and
> responding to Doug will probably take less than a minute or two.
> 
> Please send your responses to:
>       dougm@osf.org (Doug MacEachern)
> not to me; I'm just sending this along.
> 
> --Paul Hoffman
> --Proper Publishing
> 
> ==============================
> 
> Hi,
>   My name is Doug MacEachern and I work with the Web technology team here at
> the Open Software Foundation Research Institute.  Much of the software we
> are developing (along with plenty of other people out there) interact with
> an HTTP server in a way that is not defined by a protocol such as HTTP or
> CGI.  So, I'm working on a generic Perl interface to server's config files,
> access control files, user/group databases, etc.
>   This software will be *free*, distributed under the same terms as Perl
> itself.  I hope to support as many servers as possible, so your help in
> filling out this form would be greatly appreciated by myself along many
> other web application developers and users.
> 
> Thank you,
> Doug MacEachern
> dougm@osf.org
> ---
> Server name:
> Server version:
> 
> User databases:
> 
>    Text [ ]
>         Format: (e.g.) "username:password\n"
> 
>    DBM  [ ]
>         Implementation: NDBM [ ] GDBM [ ] Others [       ]
>         Format: (e.g.) KEY   -> "username"
>                        VALUE -> "password"
> 
>    SQL  [ ]
>         Interface to: mSQL [ ] Oracle [ ] Sybase [ ] Others [       ]
>         Schema:
> 
> Group databases:
>    Text [ ]
>         Format: (e.g.) "group: username, username, username\n"
> 
>    DBM  [ ]
>         Implementation: NDBM [ ] GDBM [ ] Others [       ]
>         Format: (e.g.) KEY   -> "group"
>                        VALUE -> "username, username, username"
> 
>    SQL  [ ]
>         Interface to: mSQL [ ] Oracle [ ] Sybase [ ] Others [       ]
>         Schema:
> 
> URL to user/group management documentation:
> 
> 

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