Develop In Java Newsletter #8 – A Weekly Java Newsletter

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Welcome to this edition of the Develop In Java Newsletter.  This week Apple has released a new Operating System, Yosemite and new hardware.  Will you be taking advantage of any of this for Java development?  Our poll, “Are you mainly targeting Java 8 or previous versions of Java?” is continuing this week.  Head on over …

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Develop In Java Newsletter #7 – A Weekly Java Newsletter

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Welcome to this edition of the Develop In Java Newsletter.  This week we’re running a poll, “Are you mainly targeting Java 8 or previous versions of Java?”.  Head on over to the Develop In Java homepage to cast your vote. New Articles This Week Rekha Setia has posted an article on our Google Plus page …

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Configuring Default Tomcat Port

In a default Tomcat configuration, port 8080 is used for HTTP traffic and port 8443 is used for HTTPS traffic. By default, the HTTPS connector is commented out. To change the port that Tomcat uses for HTTP traffic, edit the tomcat\conf\server.xml file to define the required port numbers. Out of the box, the configuration for the …

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Serving Static Content from Tomcat

Using Tomcat 7 or above, it’s possible to serve external files, i.e. files outside of a web application, using an alias. A Tomcat alias allows a Url to be specified and the absolute location of the files that will be served from this Url. To create an alias, edit / create a .xml file within …

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Develop In Java Newsletter #6 – A Weekly Java Newsletter

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Welcome to this edition of the Develop In Java Newsletter.  This week we’ve had the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.  If you missed any keynotes or sessions, head on over to Oracle’s JavaOne site where you can search sessions and presentation downloads. If you attended JavaOne and would like to give us your thoughts about …

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