APACHE TOMCAT 7 BOOK

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Special Bulk Sales–eBook Licensing web page at hypmarevlimist.ga The information in this book is distributed on an “as is” basis, without warranty. Apache Tomcat is the most popular open-source de-facto Java Web application server, standard for today's Web developers using JSP/Servlets. Apache Tomcat . Apache Tomcat 7 covers details on installation and administration of Apache Tomcat 7. It explains key About this book; About the authors. About this book.


Apache Tomcat 7 Book

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Apache Tomcat 7 covers details on installation and administration of Apache for web applications deployed on Tomcat server Who this book is for This book is . Apache Tomcat 7 Essentials [Tanuj Khare] on hypmarevlimist.ga If you download a new print edition of this book (or downloadd one in the past), you can download the site. Apache Tomcat (or Jakarta Tomcat or simply Tomcat) is an open source servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat.

Security Manager - Configuring and using a Java Security Manager to support fine-grained control over the behavior of your web applications.

Examples for many popular databases. Classloading - Information about class loading in Apache Tomcat, including where to place your application classes so that they are visible.

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Proxy Support - Configuring Apache Tomcat to run behind a proxy server or a web server functioning as a proxy server. Default Servlet - Configuring the default servlet and customizing directory listings.

Balancer - Configuring, using, and extending the load balancer application. Connectors - Connectors available in Apache Tomcat, and native web server integration. Logging - Configuring logging in Apache Tomcat. Apache Portable Runtime - Using APR to provide superior performance, scalability and better integration with native server technologies.

Virtual Hosting - Configuring virtual hosting in Apache Tomcat. Security Considerations - Options to consider when securing an Apache Tomcat installation.

Windows Authentication - Configuring Tomcat to use integrated Windows authentication. Its pages cover basic aspects of running and configuring the servlet container including deployment, session management, security, filters, Apache integration, logging and JNDI. However it lacks details that an experienced user would probably expect to find. The text is simple and easy to follow but quite awkward to read since articles are missing everywhere.

Documentation Index

For each topic, Listings provide configuration samples and Tables give brief refere The book provides a simple introduction to Tomcat 7. For each topic, Listings provide configuration samples and Tables give brief references for XML element attributes or configuration options available.

In some places sections have been moved around without adjusting the text.

Especially Chapter 1 on installation is messy. This is not very encouraging, especially for a beginner.

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I did not expect to find a discussion of JSPs in the book. The authors suggest that it is important to understand the JSP code samples in the rest of the book but there are almost none.

The Preface claims that this is the second edition of a book on Tomcat 4 and that the purpose of the book is to provide an introduction to developing with servlets and JSPs but the material is too short to be of any practical use and quite out of place since MVC frameworks and tag libraries have superseded JSP scriptlets in web application development.

Chapter 11 actually picks the Spring MVC framework and discusses it in 11 pages.

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Again, to me this is too short and pointless. You certainly bought a book or read the online documentation on your MVC of choice which is not necessarily Spring and there you found much more detail on it and how to integrate it with Tomcat.

I think the book should have been entirely dedicated to configuring and running Tomcat after all this is what I expect from a book entitled Apache Tomcat 7.

Sep 10, Apteris rated it it was ok Shelves: A middling discussion of how to configure and use Tomcat 7. At first I was pleased to see that unlike, for example, Professional Apache Tomcat 6 which is pages long, this one comes in at a lean Unfortunately, I learned there's a reason for this. As an introduction for someone new to Tomcat, the book is serviceable.

It deals with configuring and managing Tomcat, writing Servlets and JSPs, session management, security, valves and servlet filters, logging, and it even has chapters on how to A middling discussion of how to configure and use Tomcat 7.

It deals with configuring and managing Tomcat, writing Servlets and JSPs, session management, security, valves and servlet filters, logging, and it even has chapters on how to integrate Apache with Tomcat, how to integrate Spring and how to configure JNDI in Tomcat.

The problem is that none of these issues are discussed in any great depth. Ideally, such a book should provide a detailed explanation for how Tomcat works and why it works this way, while pointing to the official documentation where the minute details are concerned.

What we get here is more of an overview discussion, while the user is left on his own if he wants more detailed information. For instance: There's no discussion of how class loading works in Tomcat something that many users and admins will need to know.

Virtual hosting is discussed only briefly, and the NIO connector and asynchronous IO support are discussed not at all. Apart from that the book is riddled with typos, errors in the code listings, various grammatical mishaps, and outright errors. This book is adequate as an introduction to Tomcat, as long as the reader is willing to do some legwork test the book's claims and consult the official documentation.

It is lacking as a reference.

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The above mentioned Professional Apache Tomcat 6 , though dealing with Tomcat 6 rather than 7, is probably a better choice, especially if one pairs it with the official documentation. Riccardo Pittau rated it liked it Aug 10, Ryan Palmer rated it really liked it Nov 16, Steven Carter rated it really liked it Nov 30, Brian Rivard rated it liked it Aug 26, Raymond Roelands rated it liked it Nov 10, Jack rated it it was amazing Sep 24, Helena rated it liked it Jun 19, Russ rated it really liked it Mar 04, Yolcatl rated it liked it Sep 17, Morgan marked it as to-read Jul 17, Maurits Rijk is currently reading it Nov 06, Misho is currently reading it Jan 06, Oleg Antonov marked it as to-read Jan 30, Amit Chaudhari marked it as to-read Jul 01, Siquem Abner marked it as to-read Aug 07, Kanvijay marked it as to-read Feb 11, Carlos Martins marked it as to-read Feb 26, Claudio Bosticco added it Apr 20, Bryan Brown marked it as to-read Aug 29, Telenaco marked it as to-read Jan 01, Types of deployment.

Native wrappers, known as "Tomcat Native", are available for Microsoft Windows and Unix for platform integration.

Start Eclipse by going to the "bin" folder and double-clicking on eclipse. I usually make a shortcut on the desktop by R-clicking on eclipse. Apache Tomcat version 7.

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