Professional Apache Tomcat 6
- Tomcat is the official reference implementation of Sun's servlet and JSP specifications, and Java developers must test all Web applications on Tomcat to ensure they work as designed
- Boasting more than 40 percent new and updated material, this book covers all the major new features affecting server administration and management
- Explores the additional built-in tools of Tomcat, which help Java developers program more efficiently, and looks at how Apache's other open source servlet/JSP technologies are designed to work with Tomcat
- Features full coverage of Release 6, which supports the latest JSP and servlet specifications: JSP 2.1 and Servlets 2.5
- Addresses solving real-world problems encountered during all phases of server administration, including managing class loaders and connectors, security, shared hosting and clustering, and system testing
Chapter 1: Apache Tomcat.
Chapter 2: Web Applications: Servlets, JSPs, and More.
Chapter 3: Tomcat Installation.
Chapter 4: Tomcat Architecture.
Chapter 5: Basic Tomcat Configuration.
Chapter 6: Advanced Tomcat Features.
Chapter 7: Web Application Configuration.
Chapter 8: Web Application Administration.
Chapter 9: Class Loaders.
Chapter 10: HTTP Connectors.
Chapter 11: Tomcat and Apache HTTP Server.
Chapter 12: Tomcat and IIS.
Chapter 13: JDBC Connectivity.
Chapter 14: Tomcat Security.
Chapter 15: Shared Tomcat Hosting.
Chapter 16: Monitoring and Managing Tomcat with JMX.
Chapter 17: Clustering.
Chapter 18: Embedded Tomcat.
Chapter 19: Logging.
Chapter 20: Performance Testing.
Chapter 21: Performance Tuning.
Appendix A: Tomcat and IDEs.
Appendix B: Apache Ant.
Sing Li (who was bitten by the microcomputer bug in the late 1970s) has grown up with the Microprocessor Age. His first personal computer was a $99 do-it-yourself Netronics COSMIC ELF with 256 bytes of memory, mail-ordered from the back pages of Popular Electronics magazine. A 20-year industry veteran, Sing is a system developer, open source software contributor, and freelance writer specializing in Java technology, and embedded and distributed systems architecture. He regularly writes for several popular technical journals and e-zines, and is the creator of the “Internet Global Phone,” one of the very first Internet phones available. He has authored and co-authored a number of books across diverse technical disciplines including Geronimo, Tomcat, JSP, servlets, XML, Jini, media streaming, device drivers, and JXTA.
Jeff Genender has over 18 years of software architecture, team lead, and development experience in multiple industries. Jeff is an active committer and Project Management Committee (PMC) member for Apache Geronimo, and a committer on OpenTerracotta, OpenEJB, ServiceMix, and Mojo (Maven plugins). Jeff also serves as a member of the Java Community Process (JCP) expert group for JSR-313 (Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 [Java EE 6] Specification) as a representative of the Apache Software Foundation. Jeff is an open source evangelist and has successfully brought open source development efforts, initiatives, and success stories into a number of Global 2000 companies, saving these organizations millions in licensing costs.
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