Tyler Whitney wrote:
> We use this combination of things in other areas... however, the scope
> of our project does not allow for the use of such things in conjunction.
> Really the systems are already built, the real immediate concern is
> finding a way to auto-update our .htaccess files when the database is
> updated... without having to manually edit them. I'm not sure if
> someone has a good way... but I'm sure it could be done without
> cron... it just means my PHP script must be able to write to the
> .htaccess files. I have written a PHP authentication script that
> authenticates off of our LDAP and then checks and makes sure they are
> in our internal database... the problem is that it only protects PHP
> files and not entire directories... which is why we decided to go with
> the .htaccess.
> Thanks for any more ideas anyone might have.
> Steve Cavrak wrote:
>> Have you considered using Active Directory + Sharepoint + Access ...
>> it's possible the whole work flow would be smoother ... both for the
>> developers, the users, and the managers ...