I'm referring to this one.
The reason was "Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise."
I don't understand; I've tried to explain in detail my problem, what I wanted to achieve and what I've already tried, basically by explaining my situation I've tried to be more specific as possible and to provide all informations that I thought could help those that were to answer. Furthermore, I was interested in a working practical solution, not in a discussion or a comparison of various methods. Yet it was closed without giving me many explanations: should I reword it to make it less generic and more focused* ? The whole topic is too broad? I need some clues because I don't get the point.
I've only received a comment stating that "This subject is well documented there is no "best" method", but even here I fail to interpret its meaning: does that mean that what I want to achieve can't be done? That it can be done in several equivalent ways? That I can satisfy some of my requirements but not all of them together? From what can understand, it seems that I have asked a common question that already has some answers somewhere, but I wasn't given any information about them or pointed to those resources. Are those informations available on this site or somewhere else?
In the end, can I get some specific explanations? If I need to improve my question, these rather vague clues are not sufficient to me to find out how to do it.
Please note that I'm not arguing or complaining, I just want to understand.
*even if I don't see how to do that, I have already explained my problem in detail.