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hello,
i want to learn how to administer tomcat .so i have obtained a syllabus kind of things from internet.i will try to learn following things.can anybody say are there something i should include in the follwing list of learning topics.
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Apache Tomcat Overview
Brief history of Apache
The Apache Software Foundation
The Jakarta Project
Tomcat Licensing
The J2EE Technologies
Java Web Development
Servlet/JSP Containers
Java Web Applications
Overview of Servlets
Advantages of Servlets
Lifecycle of a Servlet
Overview of JavaServer Pages
A Simple JavaServer Page
JSP and JavaBeans
JSP Tag Libraries
The MVC frameworks (e.g. Struts)
Installing Tomcat
Downloading and Installing Apache Tomcat
Overview of Installing Tomcat
Download and install a JVM
Download Tomcat
Using the Windows installer
Understanding Java memory managemenet and tweaking the JVM for performance
Download and install Ant
Tomcat Directories
Examining the Tomcat Installation Directories
Tomcat Directory Structure
The bin Directory
common and shared Directories
The conf Directory
The logs Directory
The server directory
The work Directory
The temp Directory
The webapps Directory
Web Application Directory Structure
Deploying HTML and JSP Pages
Deploying a Web Context
Viewing the JSP Page
Viewing the Generated Code
Lab 1: Deploying a Web App
Configuring Tomcat
Tomcat Configuration Techniques
Tomcats Component Architecture
The <Server> Element
The <Service> Element
The <Connector> Element
The <Engine> Element
The <Host> Element
The <Context> Element
The <Realm> Element
The <Valve> Element
The <Listener> Element
The <Loader> Element
The <Manager> Element
The server.xml File
Lab 2: Modifying server.xml
Deploying Web Applications
Web Application Administration
Deploying Web Applications
The Directory Structure of a Web App
web.xml configuration file
Deployment Descriptors
The <web-app></web-app> Element
Mapping a Servlet to a URL
The <resource-ref></resource-ref> Element
The <env-entry></env-entry> Element
The <ejb-ref></ejb-ref> Element
A Sample web.xml file
Lab 3: Deploying a Web Application
Tomcat's default conf/web.xml file
Tuning default JSP and Static-content servlets
The Tomcat Manager
Deploying and Managing Web Application using the Tomcat Manager
Starting the Tomcat Manager
Tomcat Manager
The Manager Section
Applications
Deploy
Server Information
Creating a WAR File
Lab 4: Deploying a WAR File
Java Management Extensions (JMX) on Tomcat
Tomcat integration with Ant
Advanced Features
Using Some of the Advanced Features of Tomcat
Valves
Access Log Valve
Single Sign-on Valve
Remote Address Filter
Remote Host Filter
Request Dumper Valve
Configuring JNDI Resources
JNDI: Java Naming and Directory Interface
Defining a JNDI Resource
The <environment></environment>Element
The <resource></resource>Element
Configuring a JavaMail Session
Global Resources
Lab 5: Using Valves
JDBC Connectivity
Configuring Tomcat to Connect to a Database
Overview of JDBC
JDBC Drivers
Connecting to a Database
Connection Pools
Download and Install MySQL
Configure MySQL for Tomcat
Create a Database in MySQL
Download and Deploy a JDBC Driver
Defining a DataSource in Tomcat
Defining a Data Source Manually
Modifying the Deployment Descriptor
Detecting and closing leaked database connections
Lab 6: JDBC Connections
Tomcat Security
Configuring Security on Tomcat
Security Considerations
File System Security
Filesystem Recommendations
The Java Security Manager
Granting Permissions to Java Apps
Java Permissions
Adding Your Own Policies
Enabling the Java Security Manager
Security Manager Tips
Security Realms
Different Types of Realms
Configuring a Realm
Users and Roles (authentication and authorization)
Creating a Data Source Realm
Protecting passwords
FORM-based authentication
Configuring Tomcat for SSL
Requiring SSL in applications
Lab 7: Create a Data Source Realm
Connectors
Connecting Tomcat to Apache
Overview of Connectors
HTTP Connectors
Advantages of Using a Web Server
Connector Protocols
Step 1: Configure an AJP Connector
Step 2: Download mod_jk
Step 3: Create the mod_jk.conf file
Step 4: Start Tomcat
Step 5: Create a Worker
Step 6: Configure httpd.conf
Test the Setup
Load balancing applications across multiple Tomcat instances
Issues with load balancing
Server affinity via sticky sessions
Shared session storage
Replicated sessions via Tomcat clustering
Lab: Clustering
Shared Hosting
Overview of Shared Hosting
Tomcat Virtual Hosting
Configure Tomcat to enable virtual hosting as a stand-alone server
Configure Tomcat to enable virtual hosting using jk2 or webapp.
Configure Tomcat as Stand-alone
Configure Tomcat with AJP
Separate JVM for Each Host
Lab: virtual hosting
Load Testing
Using the JMeter Application
Load Testing with JMeter
Install JMeter
Running JMeter
Creating a Test Plan
Configure the Thread Group
Add a Task to the Thread Group
Configure the HTTP Request
Add a Report Listener
Run the Test Plan
Viewing the Results
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