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JBoss in Action: Configuring the JBoss Application Server by Peter Johnson, Javid Jamae

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Chapter 5. Configuring JBoss Web Server

This chapter covers

  • Configuring web applications
  • Configuring JBoss Web Server
  • Configuring URL paths
  • Configuring connectors
  • Configuring web class loading
  • Configuring JavaServer Faces

The most common technologies for creating Java web applications are JSPs and servlets, the standard Java EE web component technologies. These technologies can be deployed to many different web containers, but the most popular is Apache Tomcat, the reference implementation for the servlet and JSP specifications. Tomcat also doubles as a general-purpose web server that’s able to do most things that popular native web servers (for example, Microsoft IIS and Apache HTTP Server) do, such as serving static content, supporting ...

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