July 21, 2010 Pi Guang Ming
The IBM HTTP Server for i, powered by Apache, has three distinct ways to handle whether a particular request for a resource will result in that resource actually being returned. These three techniques are access control, authentication, and authorization, or AAA.
In this article, I’ll share how AAA works within IBM HTTP Server for i.
First A: Access Control
Access control refers to any means of controlling access to any resource. This A is distinct from authentication and authorization.
IBM HTTP Server for i uses Allow and Deny directives to implement the criteria of access control. The Order directive