Apache Jakarta-Tomcat by James Goodwill

By James Goodwill

Apache Jakarta-Tomcat, the professional reference implementation for the Java servlet and JavaServer Pages applied sciences, has lengthy been heralded as a great platform for the improvement and deployment of robust net purposes. The lately published model 4.0 bargains not just a number of improvements in flexibility and balance, but additionally an array of recent positive factors which are absolute to extend upon the Tomcat builders' already filthy rich toolset.

In this namesake identify, best-selling writer James Goodwill presents readers with an intensive advent to Jakarta-Tomcat, supplying guideline on themes starting from the fundamental set up and configuration strategy and net software deployment to complicated suggestions of integration with different renowned Apache starting place initiatives reminiscent of the Apache internet server, Struts, Log4J, and the Apache XML cleaning soap undertaking.

In addition to an already complete advent to middle Tomcat performance, readers additionally reap the benefits of a necessary primer of what's provided in model 4.0, as Goodwill takes care to entirely speak about new good points resembling valves, safety geographical regions, power classes, and the Tomcat supervisor software. In precis, Apache Jakarta-Tomcat deals either beginner and complicated Jakarta-Tomcat clients a pragmatic and accomplished consultant to this robust software.

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War, to the TOMCAT_HOME/webapps directory. If you are deploying this WAR file to the Tomcat installation that you Note were developing in, then you need to back-up your /apress development directory and remove it from the TOMCAT_HOME/webapps directory. 5. xml file, referencing the apress Web application. 6. Restart Tomcat. Your application should now be running. xml file. Summary We covered a lot of information in this chapter. We described the Tomcat directory structure and then went on to describe the process of deploying JSPs, servlets, and tag libraries.

It is necessary only when the servlet requires additional information, such as initialization parameters. ExampleServlet parameter value 1 This servlet entry contains a simple servlet definition. A description of each of its subelements can be found in Table 2-3. Table 2-3: The Sub-Elements of a SUBELEMENT DESCRIPTION The canonical name for the deployed servlet References the fully qualified class name of the servlet An optional parameter containing a name/value pair that is passed to the servlet on initialization.

SetAttribute("count", count); After you have looked over this servlet, you should compile it and move the class file into the TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/apress/WEB-INF/classes/chapter3 and TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/apress2/WEB-INF/classes/chapter3 directories. We won't execute this servlet until we have also deployed the following JSP. 64 Because the JSP that you will be using is much like the preceding servlet, we won't go through the steps again. Essentially the same actions are performed, but in a JSP. The source code for the JSP can be found in Listing 3-8.

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