About context at apache
This indicates where in the server's configuration files the directive is legal.
It's a comma-separated list of one or more of the following values:
This means that the directive may be used in the server configuration files
(e.g., httpd.conf, srm.conf, and access.conf), but not within any <VirtualHost>
or <Directory> containers. It is not allowed in .htaccess files at all.
This context means that the directive may appear inside <VirtualHost>
containers in the server configuration files.
A directive marked as being valid in this context may be used inside <Directory>,
<Location>, and <Files> containers in the server configuration
files, subject to the restrictions outlined in How Directory, Location and
Files sections work.
If a directive is valid in this context, it means that it can appear inside
per-directory .htaccess files. It may not be processed, though depending upon
the overrides currently active.
The directive is only allowed within the designated context; if you try to
use it elsewhere, you'll get a configuration error that will either prevent
the server from handling requests in that context correctly, or will keep the
server from operating at all -- i.e., the server won't even start.
The valid locations for the directive are actually the result of a Boolean
OR of all of the listed contexts. In other words, a directive that is marked
as being valid in "server config, .htaccess" can be used in the httpd.conf
file and in .htaccess files, but not within any <Directory> or <VirtualHost>
About syntax at apache
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