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From lar...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-tomcat/src/doc faq
Date Thu, 08 Feb 2001 21:40:06 GMT
larryi      01/02/08 13:40:05

  Modified:    src/doc  faq
  Log:
  Port 3.2 faq. Update the jar file info for Tomcat 3.3m1.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.2       +46 -17    jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/faq
  
  Index: faq
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-tomcat/src/doc/faq,v
  retrieving revision 1.1
  retrieving revision 1.2
  diff -u -r1.1 -r1.2
  --- faq	2000/02/08 21:08:34	1.1
  +++ faq	2001/02/08 21:40:01	1.2
  @@ -72,11 +72,17 @@
   
   Q: Where are the classes for JSPs and Servlets?
   
  -A: webserver.jar	     -- class files for Servlet Engine.
  -   lib/jspengine.jar         -- class files for JSP Engine.
  -   lib/servlet.jar           -- Public APIs for Servlet.
  -   lib/jsp.jar               -- Public APIs for JSP.
  -   lib/xml.jar               -- classes for parsing XML document.
  +A: lib/facade22.jar	      -- Servlet Engine classes.
  +   lib/jaxp.jar               -- Public APIs for XML parser interface
  +   lib/parser.jar             -- Public XML parser reference implementation
  +   lib/tomcat_core.jar        -- Tomcat web server core classes
  +   lib/tomcat_modules.jar     -- Tomcat module classes
  +   lib/tomcat-startup.jar     -- Tomcat start/stop classes
  +   lib/common/servlet.jar     -- Public APIs for Servlet.
  +   lib/shared/jasper.jar      -- JSP Engine classes
  +   lib/shared/tomcat_util.jar -- Utility classes.
  +   lib/tomcat.jar             -- Executable jar for starting Tomcat
  +   lib/stop-tomcat.jar        -- Executable jar for stopping Tomcat
   
   Q: Can I combine these classes with other webservers?
   
  @@ -115,13 +121,21 @@
      To add "baseball" application you can make the following additions to 
      the file (at the appropriate place):
   
  -   <Context path="/baseball" docBase="baseball"
  -      defaultSessionTimeOut="30" isWARExpanded="true"
  -      isWARValidated="false" isInvokerEnabled="true"
  -      isWorkDirPersistent="false"/>
  +   <Context path="/baseball" docBase="<baseball>"
  +      debug="0" reloadable="true"/>
   
  +   Replace <baseball> with an absolute path to the "baseball" directory,
  +   or a relative path that is relative to the Tomcat home directory.
  +
      Please read "server.xml" for more details.
   
  +   In addition, thanks to the AutoSetup interceptor, you may create or
  +   copy the "baseball" directory to the "webapps" directory found under
  +   the Tomcat home directory.  When placed there, it will be served
  +   automcatically with the default settings.  A <Context ... /> entry
  +   in the server.xml is not required unless you want to override the
  +   default settings.
  +
      a) To install servlets within a web-application, you can do the following:
   
      * Once a servlet has been compiled, it can be added to Tomcat by:
  @@ -191,31 +205,46 @@
   Q: What do different init parameters for the JSP engine mean?
   
      * keepgenerated: 
  -        Whether to keep the generated java file or no. Can take a
  -        value of true/false. If value is true then the generated files 
  -        are kept else they are deleted.
  +        Whether to keep the generated java file or not. Can take a
  +        value of true/false. If value is true, then the generated files 
  +        are kept, otherwise they are deleted. The default is true.
   
      * scratchdir: 
   	The work dir which will be created for storing all the
   	generated code. This can be set to any dir. That directory will be 
   	created under the docbase.
   
  -   * largeFile: 
  +   * largefile: 
   	Can take a value of true/false. If the file is really large then 
   	all the static html is stored is a separate data file if the value 
  -	of this param is set to true.
  +	of this param is set to true. If true, this setting overrides
  +        the mappedfile param. The default is false.
  +
  +   * mappedfile: 
  +	Can take a value of true/false. If you prefer each line of static
  +        html be output separately, set this parameter true.  If largefile
  +        is set true, this param is ignored.  If neither largefile or
  +        mappedfile is true, the static html is output in blocks up to 32K
  +        in length. The default is false.
   
      * sendErrToClient: 
   	Can take a value of true/false. If set to true then all
   	the compilation/parsing errors will be sent as part of the response 
  -	to the client.
  +	to the client. The default is false.
   
      * ieClassId: 
   	This is used with the plugin. This is a particular id that is
   	set to activate the plugin. The default value for IE 4 and 5 are 
  -	set as of now. This is for future use incase the classId for IE 
  +	set as of now. This is for future use in case the classId for IE 
   	changes in the future. 
   
  +   * classdebuginfo: 
  +	Whether to include debugging information in the class file. Can take
  +        a value of true/false. If the value is true, then class debugging
  +        information is included in the servlet class file when it is
  +        compiled. The default is false.
  +
  +
      To set any of these to a value other than the default you need to
      explicitely define the JSP engine servlet and a mapping for the
      .jps extension in WEBAPP/WEB-INF/web.xml, e.g.
  @@ -225,7 +254,7 @@
             jsp
         </servlet-name>
         <servlet-class>
  -          org.apache.jasper.runtime.JSPServlet
  +          org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet
         </servlet-class>
         <init-param>
             <param-name>
  
  
  

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