Web Oriented Object Framework

User Guide (Version 0.5b4)

User Guide (Version 0.5b4)

Woof! under Apache 2

Apache is the most widely used web server on the Internet. It is also probably one of the most flexible and configurable with an attendant increase in complexity. The following sections describe only a small subset of possible configurations but they should suffice to let you adapt Woof! to your own situation. Note that what differs in these situations is not Woof! or the application, but rather Apache configuration files. The same Woof! application installation can run unchanged under different Apache configurations.

The following sections assume that the Apache version is 2.2. Other versions in the 2.x series should be almost identical, but for 1.3 you may need to make more significant changes to the configuration. They also assume that the main Apache configuration file is httpd.conf in the conf subdirectory of the Apache installation. Platforms may differ in the layout of the Apache configuration including this file. You will need to adapt the instructions accordingly.