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Different behavior in authz

From: Dcma Tsai -sj <Dcma.Tsai_at_zyxel.com.tw>
Date: 2007-10-31 11:26:47 CET

Dear All
I use mod_authz to perform access control.
In my situation, the repository has following directory layout
[Repos]
    /
      |---Dir1
      |---Dir2
 
Case 1:
I set the authz configuration file as following:
 
[Repos:/Dir1]
userA = r
*=
 
userA can read directory Dir1 and other users can't.
This means authz applies rule of userA first, then default policy rule.
 
Case 2:
I set the authz configuration file as following:
 
[Repos:/Dir1]
userA =
*=r
 
All user including userA can read directory Dir1.
This means authz applies default policy rule for userA instead of the rule for userA.
 
The behavior of authz is different, is this a bug or a normal case??
 
Best regards
Dylan
Received on Wed Oct 31 11:27:02 2007

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