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Using Apple's mod_rendezvous Apache module
Authored by: rwynne on Feb 18, '03 11:18:23AM

You can also register other Resources with the following

RegisterResource DisplayName Path

For instance my blosxom based blog is normally accessed with http://localhost/weblog. By using the following line.

RegisterResource MyBlog weblog

After restarting apache, MyBlog is in the list of Rendezvous sites. I believe this parameter can also be assigned a port number other that 80, but I'm not sure.



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Using Apple's mod_rendezvous Apache module
Authored by: rkt on Feb 18, '03 01:19:43PM

the three options are:

RegisterDefaultSite ["main" | port]
RegisterUserSite ["all-users" | username] ["main" | port]
RegisterResource [name] ["main" | port]

(port defaults to 80 if not specified)



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Using Apple's mod_rendezvous Apache module
Authored by: sfn on Feb 18, '03 10:22:32PM

It seems the order of the statements is important.

This works:
<IfModule mod_rendezvous_apple.c>
RegisterDefaultSite
RegisterUserSite short_name
</IfModule>

This does not!

<IfModule mod_rendezvous_apple.c>
RegisterUserSite short_name
RegisterDefaultSite
</IfModule>

Note: the default order in httpd.conf is the latter.



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sincerely,
Steve Newlands



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