Jakarta Tomcat is not only the most commonly used open source servlet engine today, it's become the de facto standard by which other servlet engines are measured. Powerful and flexible, it can be used as a stand-alone web server or in conjunction with another server, like Apache or IIS, to run servlets or JSPs. But mastery of Tomcat is not easy: because it's as complex as it is complete. Tomcat: The Definitive Guide answers vexing questions that users, administrators, and developers alike have been asking. This concise guide provides much needed information to help harness Tomcat's power and wealth of features.Tomcat: The Definitive Guide offers something for everyone who uses Tomcat. System and network administrators will find detailed instructions on installation, configuration, and maintenance. For users, it supplies insightful information on how to deploy Tomcat. And seasoned enterprise Java developers will have a complete reference to setting up, running, and using this powerful softwareThe book begins with an introduction to the Tomcat server and includes an overview of the three types of server configurations: stand-alone, in-process, and out-of-process. The authors show how directories are laid out, cover the initial setup, and describe how to set the environment variables and modify the configuration files, concluding with common errors, problems, and solutions. In subsequent chapters, they cover:
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Jason Brittain is a Senior Software Engineer at CollabNet Inc., where he works on collaborative software-project-hosting-infrastructure software made up of more than 50 open source software package codebases. Jason's specialties include dynamic web development, Java application servers, high availability and fault tolerance, clustering, and Jakarta Ant build systems. He has contributed to many Apache Jakarta projects and has been an active open source software developer for several years.Contenuti:
Preface; What's This Book About?; Why an Entire Book on Tomcat?; Who This Book Is For; Conventions Used in This Book; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Tomcat; 1.1 Installing Tomcat; 1.2 Starting, Stopping, and Restarting Tomcat; 1.3 Automatic Startup; 1.4 Testing Your Tomcat Installation; Chapter 2: Configuring Tomcat; 2.1 Using the Apache Web Server; 2.2 Managing Realms, Roles, and Users; 2.3 Controlling Sessions; 2.4 Accessing JNDI and JDBC Resources; 2.5 Servlet Auto-Reloading; 2.6 Relocating the Web Applications Directory; 2.7 Customized User Directories; 2.8 Tomcat Example Applications; 2.9 Server-Side Includes; 2.10 Common Gateway Interface (CGI); 2.11 The Tomcat Admin Application; Chapter 3: Deploying Servlet and JSP Web Applications in Tomcat; 3.1 Layout of a Web Application; 3.2 Manual Application Deployment; 3.3 Automatic Deployment; 3.4 The Manager Application; 3.5 Automation with Jakarta Ant; Chapter 4: Tomcat Performance Tuning; 4.1 Measuring Web Server Performance; 4.2 External Tuning; 4.3 Internal Tuning; 4.4 Capacity Planning; 4.5 Additional Resources; Chapter 5: Integration with Apache Web Server; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Pros and Cons of Integration; 5.3 Installing Apache httpd; 5.4 Apache Integration with Tomcat; 5.5 Of Connectors and Configuration Files; 5.6 Summary; Chapter 6: Tomcat Security; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Securing the System; 6.3 Multiple Server Security Models; 6.4 Using the -security Option; 6.5 Setting Up a Tomcat chroot Jail; 6.6 Filtering Bad User Input; 6.7 Securing Tomcat with SSL; Chapter 7: Configuration Files and Their Elements; 7.1 server.xml; 7.2 web.xml; 7.3 tomcat-users.xml; 7.4 catalina.policy; Chapter 8: Debugging and Troubleshooting; 8.1 Reading Log Files; 8.2 URLs and the HTTP Conversation; 8.3 Debugging with RequestDumperValve; 8.4 When Tomcat Won't Shut Down; Chapter 9: Building Tomcat from Source; 9.1 Installing Jakarta Ant; 9.2 Obtaining the Source; 9.3 Downloading Support Libraries; 9.4 Building Tomcat; Chapter 10: Tomcat Clustering; 10.1 Clustering Terms; 10.2 The Communication Sequence of an HTTP Request; 10.3 Additional Resources; Chapter 11: Final Words; 11.1 Supplemental Resources; 11.2 Community; Appendix A: Installing Java; A.1 Choosing a Java SDK; Appendix B: JSPs and Servlets; B.1 Why Both JSPs and Servlets?; B.2 Simplifying JSPs with JavaBeans:Reusable Components; B.3 Simplifying Your JSPs with Custom Tags; B.4 Extending Tomcat; Appendix C: jbchroot.c; Appendix D: BadInputFilterValve.java; Colophon;
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