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Into the Wild

Entry 10, Day 20

Time to talk a little environment. Go green, plant a tree, that kind of stuff. Kidding. We are going to talk about the server and the data source for the application. 542 more words


Fix for Eclispe generated WAR file not including Ivy libraries

I was using Eclipse to create a relatively simple Dynamic Web Project that used Ivy for dependency mangement.  Also, I wanted to use Eclipse’s export to a WAR feature so I would not need to write a build script.  287 more words


Restart tomcat using java code , check for session count ( no one using application ).

Refer to previous Blog how to get session count for application .: http://techspread.wordpress.com/2014/08/12/get-application-session-count-on-tomcat-using-java-code/

Java code to get session count for application and restart tomcat if session count is  zero for application. 277 more words


Red Boris

Meet the latest member of our family: Boris, a ginger tomcat of two years old. Boris was looking for a place to stay, and he is more than welcome to hang out with us. 33 more words


DevOps / Operations Engineer

Position: DevOps / Operations Engineer

Company: JFrog

Location: Netanya


We’re looking for a DevOps Engineer to join our growing DevOps Team. The ideal candidate will be a person who has hands-on experience, supporting Linux based open-source infrastructures with an emphasis on monitoring (preferably in the space of highly available web applications). 225 more words

How to setup https/ssl on Tomcat 6?

Generate a keystore using this command:

c:\work\keytool -genkey -alias myalias -keyalg RSA -keystore mykeystore

Your Tomcat server.xml should have an entry like below:

<Connector port=”8443″ …

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Java application server matrix - features, APIs, specs and more

Every week good percentage of my email inbox is filled with questions about features supported in various Java application servers. To make it easier to answer these questions I compiled a matrix comparing the following products (all latest versions as of this writing): 224 more words