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From Cairen Lajia <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Using mod_auth_basic to secure dynamic pages from database
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2006 15:46:13 GMT

Thank you very much for your prompt response. 

We try to avoid restarting the apache as few as possible, 
so beside using the <location> in httpd.conf, are there any other ways to 
do this? Or any third part product that you know for this purpose?
Thanks again for your help!


"Joshua Slive" <> 
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08/10/2006 11:34 AM
Please respond to


Re: [users@httpd] Using mod_auth_basic to secure dynamic pages from 

On 8/10/06, Cairen Lajia <> wrote:
> Hi All,
> This is a newbie question, and is my first post.
> I am trying to secure some pages of one of our applications using
> mod_auth_basic.
> I kind of know how to secure the page if it exists in the file system. 
> in my case,
> all these pages are stored in the database, even including the folders.
> For example, below is the url for one of the pages:
> Except the
> "", all the
> rest are retrieved from the database.
> In another words, the folders "/display/cairen", and page "page_title" 
> exist on the file system.
> I prefer to use .htaccess file since it doesn't require to restart the
> apache. How can
>  I get those dynamic pages secured using .htaccess? Are there any other
> alternatives instead of using .htaccess?
> I desperately need some help on this issue.
> Your input is highly appreciated!!

You can't use .htaccess to restrict resources that don't come from the

Instead, in httpd.conf, use <Location>. See:


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