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From Drew Kidder <Andrew.Kid...@Tivoli.com>
Subject Re: How to Password protect a directory
Date Wed, 27 Sep 2000 20:08:19 GMT
Someone mentioned copying the tomcat-apache.conf file to your /etc/apache 
directory (or wherever your httpd.conf file lives) and including it from 
there.  That way, it won't get overwritten.

Just remember to copy it over the next time you make an intended change. 
8^}


At 02:58 PM 09/27/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>   I've been searching through the documentation and I can not seem to find a
>way to password protect a directory. I've got a web app with a /admin
>directory that contains some jsp files that are used for administration.
>I've tried to limit access in the tomcat-apache.conf file but when I
>re-start the tomcat process it overwrites this file.  Does anyone know how I
>could do this?
>
>Thanks,
>Chris Hosegood
>chosegood@edu.gov.mb.ca
>Programmer/Analyst
>MIS, Manitoba Education & Training
>204.945.2535


------
Andrew Kidder
L3 SW/Support Engineer, IBU
Tivoli Systems

512-436-4544
akidder@tivoli.com
http://www.tivoli.com



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