1. How to shutdown a servlet container from within a servlet? stackoverflow.com
Is there a portable way to request a Servlet container to shutdown gracefully, from within a servlet? By portable I mean a technique that will work on all standard compliant containers (Tomcat, ...
2. A Servlet Container on top of Hadoop? stackoverflow.com
i'm on the architectural phase of a big project and i've decided to use hbase as my database, and will use map/reduce jobs for my processing so my architecture works totally ...
3. Available Servlet 3.0 implementations? stackoverflow.com
Which implementations of the Servlet 3.0 specification are available (or at least in beta) besides GlassFish?
4. WebSockets served by a Servlet Container stackoverflow.com
I was taking a look at WebSockets last week and made a few thoughts on how to implement the server side with the Java Servlet API. I didn't spend too much ...
5. Detect if running in servlet container or standalone stackoverflow.com
I have a simple problem: I want to configure an object differently based on whether the object is instantiated within a servlet container, or whether it is instantiated in a stand ...
6. Stable, open-source Servlet 3.0 container stackoverflow.com
Are there any JSR-315-capable servlet containers available besides the one in GlassFish 3? Neither Tomcat nor Jetty have stable versions that support the Servlet 3.0 API.
7. Java web application in a Servlet container vs. standalone stackoverflow.com
What are the advantages of building a small Java web app to run in a Servlet container (like Tomcat) vs. building a standalone Java app with a built-in web server and ...
8. Light Java servlet container for development stackoverflow.com
I'm looking for a light-weight and simple servlet container for rapid development. For example I want to write Java code without recompiling every time to see the changes in the browser. ...
9. Available servlet containers for Java stackoverflow.com
Can anyone tell me if there are more STILL ALIVE servlet containers for Java apart from Tomcat (standalone or included in Geronimo, tc Server, etc.), Jetty, Glassfish (included in Glassfish AS), ...
10. What is the behaviour of the container if the servlet class is made final stackoverflow.com
I want the behavior of the servlet container ,when the custom servlet is made
11. How do sevlet containers manage made up jsessionid(s)? stackoverflow.com
Could someone tell me what should happen if a client initiates a request to a servlet container with a made up (valid) JSESSIONID ? supposing the servlet doesn't have this jsessionid ...
12. Servlet Container coderanch.com
13. Servlet Container coderanch.com
14. How to get the container to recognise my new Servlet ? coderanch.com
15. How to remove a servlet from container? coderanch.com
16. first job of servlet container coderanch.com
Actually I think that Tomcat does a scan of webapps when it first starts up, and checks each directory to see if it has a WEB-INF subdirectory with a web.xml descriptor. So when a request comes in, Tomcat already knows if there is a corresponding web application. During that initial scan Tomcat can locate and expand WAR files also. Bill
17. vote for servlet container coderanch.com
Hi bipin, As far as my knowledge, Websphere is said to be ons of the best webservers for use with servlets. But this server is quite slow in operation, it takes up also quite a huge amount of memory. If you want a faster webserver, then weblogic is a great one to use.
18. servlet container coderanch.com
19. servlet container coderanch.com
20. can we have more than one instance of a servlet at container start up coderanch.com
Hi gyes.. I have a little doubt... As the life cycle of servlets says that the container will create one instance per servlet at startup or when the 1st request comes up for the servlet. If other requests come in by that time the container will see if there is any intance of that servlet is existing if its there than ...
21. can same servlet have multiple instance in container coderanch.com
A servlet can have more than one instances in the JVM. The number might be configured. SingleThreadedModel indicats that at a time only one request will be allowed to access the one instance's service() method. Effectively it means that the service() method is synchronized. Note : There might be more than one instances in SingleThreadedModel and more than one requests serviced. ...
22. How Servlet Container locates servlet ? coderanch.com
Hi, whenever u r going to run any servlet first u should place that class file in WEB-INF\classes folder irrespective of server this is the common tree in every server. We will register the servlet class name in web.xml file, there servlet container searched for realted class file in classes folder and their respective package folder like this container knows the ...
23. Diff between Web & Servlet container coderanch.com
24. Sequence Diagram for Servlet Container coderanch.com
25. Servlet Container coderanch.com
26. What are the types of servlet containers coderanch.com
27. servlet containers coderanch.com
28. methods of servlet container coderanch.com
30. How to shut down container from within my servlet? coderanch.com
31. which servlet container? coderanch.com
32. about servlet container coderanch.com
33. Communications between the web container and the servlet coderanch.com
34. when the container instatiates the servlet will it coderanch.com
35. servlet container stuff coderanch.com
36. Servlet Container Root coderanch.com
37. How does servlet container choose tracking method coderanch.com
38. How Servlet Container creates an instance of your Servlet coderanch.com
39. Servlets in different containers coderanch.com
40. TimerTask and servlet container coderanch.com
41. Servlet Container coderanch.com
42. ServletContext outside the Servlet Container coderanch.com
43. Servlet container - what is the real definition? coderanch.com
The request is received by the Web server and handed off to the servlet con- tainer. The servlet container can be running in the same process as the host Web server, in a different process on the same host, or on a different host from the Web server for which it processes requests. The above text is from servlet specification. I ...
44. Difference between container and servlet? coderanch.com
45. multithread in servlet container coderanch.com
If you insist, yes - you might improve performance [after all, at the end of the day it'll depend upon what kind of hardware you use and what kind of thread prioritisation and handling the OS does]. But inadvertently you might be working towards a *much* bigger overhead of thread management. Considering the importance of maintaining data integrity in banking transactions, ...
46. How does container determines that the call is to a servlet? coderanch.com
47. Servlet container - duplicate class definition coderanch.com
That's what I meant, Jeanne - I was wondering whether you can rely on any particular class loading order. And thus - if it's theoretically possible to "patch" a web application without replacing an old JAR, but by adding a new one, which would kind of override the old one. But from what you both said - it isn't. Thanks, both ...
48. How a servlet Container differ from web container? coderanch.com
49. Servlet container will create only one instance of the class? coderanch.com
51. Servlet Container, how many containers? forums.oracle.com
52. container gives references of servlet instance or create new instance forums.oracle.com