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Fix internal links

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commit e5f463f064b4523c558cbf21da589b48cd184fc4 1 parent ca86bcc
Martin Kleppmann authored February 08, 2011

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 Your Raplet runs on your own server. You may use any programming language, and any hosting provider
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 (or even a server on your local network or your local machine, provided that your browser can access
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 it by HTTP). If you need to identify individual users, you can use cookies or the [configuration
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-protocol](#configuration_protocol). If your data is publicly accessible, you don't need authentication.
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+protocol](#the_configuration_protocol). If your data is publicly accessible, you don't need authentication.
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 In this example, let's say you are developing the Raplet on your local machine, and you are
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 serving it at the following URL: `http://localhost:8080/raplet.php`
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 * If you have a multi-user system, all users should be able to access your data via the same URL;
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   you should distinguish users through cookies or query parameters (see the section on the
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-  [configuration protocol](#configuration_protocol)). This is particularly relevant if your
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+  [configuration protocol](#the_configuration_protocol)). This is particularly relevant if your
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   application uses subdomains like `http://customername.example.com`; you unfortunately cannot
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   use different subdomains in different users' Raplet URLs.
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