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From Oscar Carrillo <tom...@daydream.stanford.edu>
Subject Updated WebApp Tutorial
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 03:28:51 GMT
Hi,

Some of you may know my site:

HOWTO: Installing Web Services with
  Linux / Tomcat / Apache / Struts / Postgresql / Openssl / JDBC

I've worked on it a lot and have added many features, including

-JDBC/JNDI configuration w/DBCP-commons Pool

-build scripts for everything
-all the configuration files
-Virtual Host configuration
-A Struts-based Database Test Web App

I am having to move the site, and am now hosting this site here:
http://www.linuxjava.net/howto/webapp/

I'm including my README file for people's perusal. Please visit the site
for more info.


README
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These files can all be downloaded with the one link:
-webapp_files.tar

I recommend doing things in this order.

Install Java
-java_install.sh

Install Ant
-ant_install.sh

Install OpenSSL. It needs to be installed before Apache.
-openssl_install.sh

Install Apache. Pretty straight-forward. Builds a few modules, not all or 
most, just fairly common ones. Add
 more modules if you want them built here.
-http_install.sh

Install Tomcat4
-tomcat_setup_user.sh
-tomcat4_install.sh

Install Mod_JK
-modjk_install.sh

Install Postgres
Read these install script. It needs to remove the bison RPM first, but it 
is commented out, cause I don't wa
nt someone to do something to their system that they don't intend. Install 
in the listed order.
-bison_install.sh
-postgres_setup_user.sh
-postgres_install.sh

Install PgAccess
-pgaccess_install.sh
-pgaccess #Put this in "/usr/local/bin/" for easy access

Sample Database
#Import the testdb.psql into your Postgres DB. This is for the Test DB 
Struts Web App.
-testdb.psql

Configuration Scripts:
Apache
-httpd.conf
-ssl.conf

Tomcat
-workers.properties
-server.xml

Daemon Scripts for Apache, Tomcat, and Postgres
-httpd
-tomcatd
-postgresqld

Struts Web App
#Extract and put in /usr/local/tomcat/webapps
-strutsdb_webapp.tar.bz2

Once everything is running, you should be able to test the webapp by going to:
http://www.myhost.mydomain/mydomain_public/

It will also be available here:
http://www.myhost.mydomain:8080/mydomain_public/

There is also a JSP file called "showJNDI.jsp" that will give you some
info about your setup. Delete that file for anything in production as it
will display your database configuration.
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Please visit the site and any feedback is appreciated.

Regards,

Oscar Carrillo
http://www.linuxjava.net/


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