PIA / Config

[..] [files]( Servlet Site Unix  makefiles )

This directory contains several kinds of configuration information:

  1. Site configurations, for various arrangements of the PIA server's ``website'' (URL hierarchy).
  2. Environment configurations, for various operating systems and environments.
  3. The ``Software Development Kit'', consisting of makefiles and possibly other development-related files.

Annotated Contents

PIA Configuration Files

proxy.xcf
This is a sample configuration file designed to be included in a PIA that is accessed through a proxy such as Apache. It is unlikely to work unmodified in your environment.

Site Configuration Files

Site/
This subdirectory contains sample site configuration files, and include files used in site and subsite configurations.

Operating Systems & Environments

Servlet/
Configuration files for use with the Java Servlet implementation classes PIAServlet and DPSServlet.
unix/
Configuration files for Unix or Linux users. Currently contains an Apache configuration file that can be used to invisibly proxy requests to a PIA. This is an easy way to make a PIA server visible on port 80, which is normally a priviledged port that only processes owned by the superuser can listen on.

Software Development Kit

makefiles/
Templates to be included in Makefile's.

Conventions

In general, directories with capitalized or uppercase names belong to specific applications, while directories with lowercase names are more generic.


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