Apache Commander is a software complex for administering and configuring Apache web servers. Using this complex makes it easy to administer and configure them, view their error log files and control both local and remote Apache servers working on different platforms. It does not matter what Apache servers you are using - local or remote, working on MS Windows, Unix (Linux, FreeBSD) or Novell NetWare.
This program is especially handy for those who like to configure the server manually. It has a special editor of the server configuration file and a special viewer of the server error log file. It can work with FTP and SSH servers, perform the administration of both local and remote Apache servers via the local network or Internet. Also, it has a lot of additional features to make the manual configuration more comfortable.
Apache Commander can work simultaneously with a number of web servers. You can open all their configuration files at one time, copy the configuration of one server to another, control the work of all servers at the same time.
Apache Commander has a special editor with syntax highlighting, code completion and code templates for editing the main server configuration file. The configuration file can be located on the local computer or on a remote FTP or SSH server that you can access via the local network or Internet. The program will present the file in a structured tree-like form. You will grasp the structure of the configuration file as a whole and you will be able to quickly access any directive as well as get its full description. A beginner will have the opportunity to understand the server configuration file really quickly and a professional will have an indispensable tool for "tweaking" it.
Also, you will be able to administer your server, i.e. to start, to stop and to restart it. Besides, it makes no difference what server you are using - local or remote, working on MS Windows, Unix (Linux, FreeBSD) or Novell NetWare.
Quick and easy access to the server error log file will let you track the errors emerged as a result of making changes in the server configuration.