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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: Programatically Controlling Tomcat 7
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2012 17:32:40 GMT
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- -chris

On 10/2/12 10:01 AM, Peloquin, Willie wrote:
> Hello,
> Sorry to disturb the list with this question, but I have been
> looking for the answer online. I know that I can control the Tomcat
> Manager using text or JMX.
> will provide me a list of
> web services and some status.
> I read the sections on JMX, but I do not have a clue on the
> operations. To quote the Tomcat 7.0 documentation, "For you to
> really understand the JMX Proxy Servlet, you should have a general
> understanding of JMX. If you don't know what JMX is, then prepare
> to be confused."
> My goal is to be able to start, stop and restart web services 
> programmatically. I know that I could send http packets in a stream
> to the web server, but I feel that web sites are for user
> interaction. I would like to have some type of API.
> Thank you in advance for any advice and guidance. FWIW: I am a
> fairly new JAVA developer, and I am even more of a novice with web
> services and Tomcat.
> Willie
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