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From sg...@gmx.net
Subject tomcat without apache logging & security
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2001 20:00:26 GMT
   
     
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  Von: sgoni@gmx.net    
 
  An: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org 
 

Hi
I installed Tomcat 3.2.1 (without Apache !) on my Linux machine and made two
java servlets that are querying my postgres db and display a web page with
the data. Both servlets run fine. However, being a beginner, I can't figure
out or find helpful documentation on the following two questions :

I would like to log all the queries to the database in logs/servlet.log. I
put the verbosityLevel to DEBUG which didn't seem to have an effect on the
logfile (it only logs the init calls). In server.xml, there are all these
ContextInterceptors that I suspect to be helpful (?), but I have no idea how
to use
or modify them. If you have some explanation or suggestions or know some
documentation "for dummies" I would be very grateful :-)

The other thing is the security. I would like to restrict the access to ONE
of the two servlets to a couple of IP addresses. Does Tomcat offer a
possibility for that ? I saw that by modifying the tomcat.policy file I can
do IP
filtering, but that concerns all the servlets !?

Thanks a lot for any help !!
Silvia 
 

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