Authenticated access to static content

Added by Franco Campanale about 11 years ago

Is there a way to publish static html files in a subdirectory of a Redmine application that is subject to Redmine authentication?
If I put it under the public directory everyone can access it.

Thanks

Replies (4)

RE: Authenticated access to static content - Added by Felix Schäfer about 11 years ago

It might be possible with the apache authentication module available for svn repositories…

RE: Authenticated access to static content - Added by Franco Campanale about 11 years ago

I use apache only as a frontend, with ProxyPass directive.
I would like to use Redmine authentication (that, in turn, uses LDAP), so that when a user is logged in, he can see some static content.

RE: Authenticated access to static content - Added by Felix Schäfer about 11 years ago

Redmine can't easily be made to protect external content. There is an apache module though, the intended use of which is to provide authentication and authorization for svn repositories. If you leave out the svn part and serve your static content instead of the svn repository, it should work for you too.

RE: Authenticated access to static content - Added by Franco Campanale almost 11 years ago

The crucial point is Redmine authentication, i.e. only Redmine users (that are a subset of LDAP users) should see some static content under Redmine app.

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