On-Rev file path

-=>JB<=- sundown at pacifier.com
Wed Mar 23 07:00:13 EDT 2011


I tested this and it works using my actual account name.

http://www.jayb.on-rev.com/mydomain.net/wheramifile.php

thank you very much for the detailed info.

-=>JB<=-




On Mar 23, 2011, at 3:35 AM, -=>JB wrote:

> Thank you for explaining it in detail for me.  In your reply the directory path
> that is closest to my situation you provided is
> 
> include "/home/jayb/indirectlyaccessiblelibraries/mydblibrary.irev"
> 
> What I am trying to do is move a folder out of public_html and then
> provide the proper path to it so it can be accessed by software that
> I have installed that is designed to allow you to move the folder for
> greater security of files if you provide the proper path.  This is web
> development software but in this case I am not using irev to access
> the files it will be done by the software using .htaccess or whatever
> they have programmed.
> 
> In this situation would the folder I moved above public_html that is
> named myfiles have the path
> 
> /home/jayb/myfiles
> 
> That is  all I need to enter when I am asked to change the path of
> the folder after I have moved it above public_html?  I understand
> how /home/jayb does not need a www address since software
> in my domain folder knows where it is but what if I want to give
> it a full path with www would it include on-rev in the path?  The
> cPanel would show my account as
> 
> main domain jayb.on-rev.com
> Home Directory /home/jayb
> 
> The software is located in a domain that has been added which
> is located in the public_html folder and I have no problems with
> accessing any files or folders in the domain that has been added.
> 
> Is there a path that is valid which uses the main domain in the path
> and www to access files in the domain which is located in public_html
> or there are absolutely no situations where you can access files with
> www and the main domain path on down to the files in public_html.
> 
> -=>JB<=-
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Mar 23, 2011, at 2:09 AM, Mike Bonner wrote:
> 
>> as jim said, anything in public_html and down is accessible from your
>> browser, with public_html being the root. So say you had a file fred.html
>> there, it would be http://yourdomain.wheveritsat.com/fred.html  In the case
>> of on-rev, your addon domains are mapped to a folder when you set them up so
>> their root may not be in public_html specifically, they could be
>> public_html/otherdomainname, but this too is handled by the server so still.
>> If you have a domain setup called otherdomain.com that is mapped to the
>> folder /home/jayb/public_html/otherdomainname.com/  And you had your
>> fred.html file in there, you still don't need to use the full path, and in
>> fact it wouldn't work.  it would still be
>> http://otherdomain.com/fred.htmlbecause the server knows the root for
>> that domain.
>> 
>> The reason to use an outside location for a file would be specifically so
>> that people can't just point a browser at it and access the file, which as
>> jim said is not allowed by the browser.  You can however, put libraries
>> there and include them.  So, if you had a library for connecting to a
>> database, and it contained information regarding your setup that you didn't
>> want people to poke around in, you could create it above public_html and
>> 'include' it from another page within your regular pages. So if you had an
>> irev file dbdisplay.irev that returns data from your database and a folder
>> named indrectlyaccessiblelibraries folder located in /home/jayb then if you
>> have a line like the following in dbdisplay.irev:
>> 
>> include "/home/jayb/indirectlyaccessiblelibraries/mydblibrary.irev"
>> 
>> any functions and commands that are in your library would be available to be
>> used in dbdisplay.irev. Or more simply, it could just be a file that
>> displays content itself but that you don't want snooped, so same deal, just
>> include it,and whatever output it has will appear wherever you 'include' it
>> in the main file.
>> 
>> If you are using an .irev as a library for commands and functions, it will
>> need to be included at the top of the main file since things are loaded
>> linearly.  If you put your include at the bottom, and its used to something
>> that appears earlier in the file it will fail because the functions and
>> commands that it provides won't be loaded yet.
>> 
>> As an aside, any subfolders within the main folder for a domain DO need to
>> be specified directly, so if you have your domain mydomain.com whose root is
>> in /home/jayb/public_html/mydomain.com, and you have a folder in there named
>> subfolder then to access pages from within that folder would be
>> http://mydomain.com/subfolder/mypage.irev
>> _______________________________________________
>> use-livecode mailing list
>> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com
>> Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your subscription preferences:
>> http://lists.runrev.com/mailman/listinfo/use-livecode
>> 
> 
> 
> _______________________________________________
> use-livecode mailing list
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com
> Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your subscription preferences:
> http://lists.runrev.com/mailman/listinfo/use-livecode
> 





More information about the Use-livecode mailing list