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WAR (Web ARchive) files  
       creating with Ant  
       deploying web application as, using WebLogic Administration Console  
       finding out if already deployed on Tomcat  
       for servlets and JSPs  
       generating with Ant war task  
       opeining in WebLogic Builder to edit web.xml file  
       viewing contents of  
war task (Ant)   2nd  
       classes, lib, and fileset (nested) elements  
       destfile and webxml attributes  
WARN level logging  
web applications
       configuring log4j mechanism  
       counting number of requests for  
       creating welcome files for  
       definition of  
       deploying on Tomcat  
               Ant build file, using  
               configuring Tomcat to point to application in external directory  
       deploying on WebLogic
               using Ant tool  
               using WebLogic Administration Console  
               using WebLogic Builder  
               using weblogic.Deployer command-line utility  
       deployment descriptor, creating for  
       directory structure   [See directory structure of web applications]
       mapping all requests to controller servlet  
       packaging JSP tag file in  
       packaging tag library in  
       servlet context instance  
       servlet, writing for  
       starting on Tomcat using Ant file  
       stopping on Tomcat using Ant file  
       WAR files   [See WAR files]
web browsers   [See browsers]
web components  
web containers   2nd   [See also Tomcat]
       exception handling in  
web developer tasks , recipes in this book  
       implementation with BEA WebLogic  
web directory, inclusion of nested directories in WAR file with Ant war task  
web page for this book  
web services   [See also Amazon Web Services; Google Web Services]2nd  
       Amazon and Google  
       Amazon, setting up  
       Google Web API, setting up  
       SOAP, using for information transfer  
       SOAP-based, reasons to adopt  
web-app element (web.xml)  
       required attributes of servlet 2.4 deployment descriptor  
WEB-INF directory   2nd  
       contents of  
WEB-INF/jspf (optional directory)  
WEB-INF/tlds (optional directory)  
web-resource-collection elements (web.xml)  
       protected resources in security-constraint element  
       specifying security restraints  
web.xml file   2nd   [See also servlet-mapping elements]
       BASIC authentication, initiating with JSP file  
       contents of  
       context parameter save-dir element  
       context-param element, adding for included file in a JSP  
       creating multiple mappings to a servlet  
       creating with JspC utility  
       DataSource, configuring in  
       declaring exception handlers in  
       editing for WebLogic to register a servlet  
       error-page attribute, mapping exception types to a JSP  
       error-page configuration  
               configuring in  
               mapped to the servlet path (example)  
               mapping of  
               mapping to a JSP  
       form-based authentication, setting up  
       form-checking filter registered and mapped in  
       IOExceptions, element for managing  
       IP blocking filter, mapping of  
       jsp-property- group element   2nd  
       JSP-type URL for a servlet  
       listener element  
       listeners   [See also listeners]
               configuration in servlet API 2.3  
               for servlet requests, registering  
       mapping all references to JSP pages to a single servlet  
       mapping servlet to a name  
       preventing requests to non-controller servlets  
       resource-ref element  
       restricting requests for certain servlets  
       servlet API 2.3  
               converting to 2.4 for JSTL 1.1 features  
       servlet API 2.4  
               use with Tomcat 5 and JSTL 1.1  
       servlet element with load-on-startup nested element  
       servlet that creates pop-up window  
       servlets without a mapping in  
       session timeout for all Tomcat web applications  
       session timeout, setting  
       viewing with a servlet  
webapps folder (Tomcat)  
       creating DataSource on  
               configuration, steps in  
       JNDI lookup, using to access DataSource  
       JNDI resource
               accessing from a JSP  
               accessing from a servlet  
               configuring in  
       JNDI tree
               accessing an EJB with  
       precompiling JSPs in  
       recipes for common tasks  
       servlet classes and javax sub-packages  
WebLogic Server 7.0
       deploying individual JSP on  
       deploying individual servlet on  
               Ant file, using  
               editing web.xml to register servlet  
               redeploying web application  
       deploying web application on
               using Ant tool  
               using WebLogic Administration Console  
               using WebLogic Builder  
               using weblogic.Deployer command-line utility  
       security configuration in weblogic.xml  
weblogic-ejb-jar.xml file  
weblogic.Deployer command-line utility  
weblogic.jspc utility  
weblogic.xml file, security configuration in  
webxml attribute (Ant war task)  
welcome files for a web application  
welcome-file-list element (web.xml)  
wildcards in URL patterns  
       overriding with specific mappings  
Windows systems
       launching WebLogic Builder  
       local variant for  
       PATH environment variable for javac compiler (on NT)  
       precompiling all JSP pages in application with weblogic.jspc  
       shell script for running JspC  
windows, browser   [See browser windows, creating with JavaScript]
wl.applications property (Ant, file) file (for WebLogic Ant build file)  
WLCLASSPATH environment variable  
word processing files, sending  
WSDP (Web Services Developer Pack)  

Java Servlet & JSP Cookbook
Java Servlet & JSP Cookbook
ISBN: 0596005725
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 326 © 2008-2017.
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