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From "Sheryl" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] AllowOverride: Pros and Cons
Date Mon, 19 Jul 2010 22:21:26 GMT
 Hi Sheryl,
> Thanks for your reply.
> I'm not sure how can I give users a better solution as they need .htaccess
> files on their webroot.

Sorry about the delay in replying.  I didn't have time to read the list
last week.

As I think I said, it all depends upon the circumstances.  If you're doing
web hosting for a few thousand users who are independent of each other,
I'm not sure what you could do better either because I haven't tried to
work out anything for that situation except .htaccess (that was in a
university setting so we were pretty open).

If, however, you've got a few developers working toward eventual
deployment of a corporate site to production, you should be able to
tighten controls and eliminate .htaccess files while moving from
development to QA and then production.

Hard to say much more without knowing more about your environment, and
even then I might not have that much to add if I haven't worked on a
solution for an environment similar to yours before.



> Regards,
> James

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