Thu, 18 Jul 2002 10:41:24 -0400
At 07:10 AM 7/18/2002 -0400, Peter Harbeson wrote:
>Manila can run behind IIS; you essentially use the content management
>system to generate static web pages, then use IIS (or any web server) to
>serve them up.
There are other ways too. You can also put Manila behind an Apache proxy on
any platform. Here's an example:
>Import users from csv file (name, e-mail, password, group(s), bulletins
This isn't built-in as best I recall, but wouldn't be hard to do for a
beginning Frontier programmer - the users table is a fairly simple
structure. Actually, it's not a bad idea for a plugin! There are other
authentication methods too. I've written an LDAP tool, for example -
>(Then we can switch of join to complement
You can just remove the link from the membership templates.
>I am also interested in scalability/response performance - are there some
>stats somewhere to tell me about this with sample site sizes/number of
>users/number of accesses etc?
This thread shows some numbers if you read down:
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