Am 18.02.2010 um 21:05 schrieb Emil Ong:

> The username and password aren't intended to come from the command line.
> They are pulled from the configuration file by the Resin boot and passed
> to the watchdog.

> The command line authentication uses the admin password to verify the
> Resin boot is allowed to start or stop an instance. You don't really
> need to know the password or enter it on the command line. It's
> essentially using the password hash as a shared key.

Thanks for these clarifications.

>>>> What is the syntax for the admin-users.xml file commented out in the
>>>> example given above? Is it just the user element wrapped in any top-level
>>>> element like <users>?
> 
> <resin:AdminAuthenticator xmlns="http://caucho.com/ns/resin";
>                          xmlns:resin="urn:java:com.caucho.resin">
>  <user name="admin" password="yCGkvrQHY7K8qtlHsgJ6zg=="/>
> </resin:AdminAuthenticator>

Works.

> Whenever you do a resin:import within an element, the top-level tag of
> the imported file is the parent of the <resin:import>

Okay, sounds like: The document element (top-level tag) of the imported
file has to match the parent element of <resin:import> in the importing
document. Correct?

If that's the rule, maybe it would be useful to spell it out more
explicitly here:

http://www.caucho.com/resin/doc/env-tags.xtp#resin:import

Thanks.
-- 
Michael.Ludwig (#) XING.com



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