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By Matt Horn JRun Documentation Allaire Corp. JRun includes a Scheduler servlet that executes actions at specified times. Actions can be servlets CGI requests ColdFusion pages ASP pages or any other Web document. This article concentrates on using the Scheduler servlet to request other servlets. The Scheduler servlet is conceptually similar to the...

By Karl Moss Principal Software Developer Allaire Corp. With the final release of the Servlet 2.3 specification quickly approaching you may be interested to know what s changing from the 2.2 specification. In this article I ll briefly cover the following areas New API methods New Functionality Newly Deprecated Methods New API methods Several new...

by Ronel Submicay Overview The current release of JRunPro2.2 does not yet implement the functionality to stop and start a particular JRun Service Manager JSM remotely. However JRun s architecture does allow the ability to do so through the web. This article will leverage the use of the jsm-admin to provide the ability to stop and restart JSMs using...

The XML Servlet   By macromedia.com
by John Hicks Cerium Component Software Incorporated The XMLServlet is one of three XML tools developed by Cerium for its own database website projects. What do we mean by a database website For us that means a website with 1 lots of content; or 2 content that is often replaced or updated; or 3 content coming in rather than just going out....

Extending ColdFusion with Servlets   By macromedia.com
by Edwin Smith Introduction Allaire Corporation s Cold Fusion Markup Language CFML is perhaps the easiest way to generate dynamic web content from a database. Its tag-based scripting commands are simple for HTML authors to learn yet powerful enough for building full-featured web applications. Since 1995 thousands of websites have been developed...

By Thomas Hammell Go to page 1 2 Next Test-Driven Development TDD is a practical way to produce better code faster. Although the ideas of TDD are easy to understand its application in the real world requires not only the understanding of the concepts of TDD but also a good knowledge of certain tools needed to run the tests proper setup of the development...

Developing Entity Beans   By developer.com
By Sams Publishing Go to page 1 2 3 Next This material is from Chapter 23 Servlets from the book JBuilder Developer s Guide ISBN 0-672-32427-X written by Saleem Siddiqui Michael Landy and Jeff Swisher published by Sams Publishing . Copyright Sams Publishing. All rights reserved. Entities have a singular purpose to represent an entity of...

Clustering with Tomcat   By oreillynet.com
by Shyam Kumar Doddavula 07 17 2002 This article describes how Web applications can benefit from clustering and presents a clustering solution that we developed for the Jakarta Tomcat Servlet Engine to provide high scalability load-balancing and high availability using JavaSpaces technology. Introduction With the increasing use of Web-based applications...

An XML Fragment Reader   By xml.com
by William Brogden July 16 2003 While many potential uses of XML result in fragments of XML text not complete documents XML parsers require complete documents to do their jobs properly. I have been running an XML-based servlet to conduct online surveys . It records user responses by adding XML formatted data to a continuously growing cumulative file....

by Per Bothner June 11 2003 In this article we will show to to write and install a very simple web application written in the XQuery language . We will also show you how errors are handled and how you can debug them. Our application uses the servlet extension of Qexo version 1.7beta2 or later a free software implementation of XQuery. Our application...

By Alex Chaffee Ah to build to build That is the noblest art of all the arts." -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Review Part 1 Review Part 2 In this installment we discuss issues of deployment and distribution. We are continuing to use the build.xml file from a real working Web application -- please download it and follow along. Deploying...

Web Development in Heavy Traffic   By oreillynet.com
by Pier Fumagalli 07 10 2002 It happens from time to time you spend a few years working on one peculiar aspect of a problem you believe you become experienced" in that problem and once your environment changes you notice how you were looking at it with the eyes of a blind man. It happened to me recently. Since 1997 I have been working...

Using JRun 3.0 Logging Facilities   By macromedia.com
By Karl Moss JRun Engineer Allaire Corp. This examines the logging facilities built in to JRun 3.0. The logging subsystem can serve as a portal into JRun allowing you to not only see what has happened or gone wrong but also to gather statistics about the health of the server. You can also configure JRun to log messages to any number of destinations...

Introduction to Mobile Blogging   By wireless.java.sun.com
by Jonathan Knudsen October 2003 Overview of Blogging Weblogging is a technique that makes it easy for people to publish their thoughts on the World Wide Web. Since the dawn of the Web it s always been possible to publish content but blogging simplifies the process and adds important features. Anyone with a web browser can publish a blog without...

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