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My only concern with Apache/TomCat/JBoss is bugs. Anybody know if the bugs are big problem for the development ? I currently use JRun which is quite stable. Although it has bugs, it is quite reliable .
15 years ago
Doug,
Yes you are right ! Does the book covers the specifics Apache/Tomcat on LINUX, such as set-up, app development etc.
15 years ago
What is the best setup to run full J2EE App i.g. JSP, Servlet, EJB, WEB Service using Apache, Tomcat, JBOSS, these open source servers ? What are the best combination of using these servers ?
15 years ago
Does your book cover Apache/Tomcat on LINUX ?
15 years ago
Does Tomcat work better installed on LINUX than on Windows ?
15 years ago
Thanks Gerry,
I am interested any improvement on applet, so that we can use swing more easily and improve client programs.
Happy holiday.
Ruilin
16 years ago
It sounds a good book to have !
I like to know how much new compared with J2SE 1.3.
Thanks
Ruilin
16 years ago
I feel it is fairly important to understand thread feature of a remote/network protocol for application design.
I know RMI RMI creates a new thread: one thread handles the new connection, and the other goes back to accept a new connection. When the connection closes, its associated thread also exist.
In this regard, how do other protocols behaviour ? I know servlet can handling multiple threads if Ia m right.
Please clarify for me on this topic
Thanks in advance
Ruilin
I think you can implement SSL with RMI. It performs certification(Public/Privite key)and encryption.
If i am wrong please correct.
Thanks
Ruilin
It seems always a big problem for java network protocols to go through fire wall. Open a port from a firewall is hard to get approved from security point of view for a company.
It seems that Java network protocols only designed for company internal communications for distributed applications. Am I right ?
Please correct me
Thanks
Ruilin
[This message has been edited by ruilin yang (edited December 13, 2001).]
Peter,
Thanks. That is great information.
Regards,
Ruilin
Certainly it covers important topics.
How much covered on Security issues? Security issues always connected to Network .
Thanks
Ruilin
Does the book cover anything in networt through firewalls ?
RMI/tunnelling, etc.