[jcifs] Davenport Issue Report

David D.Kilzer ddkilzer at kilzer.net
Sat Jan 1 22:13:37 GMT 2005

Davenport includes its own servlet container (provided by Jetty).

Everything I said in my previous message was geared towards Tomcat, 
which is a Java application server (although it also provides a servlet 
container).  Some of it may apply (in a generic sense) to Jetty.

You will have to read up on Jetty to figure out how to enable SSL and 
how to disable AJP13.



On Jan 1, 2005, at 1:10 PM, Peter Walter wrote:

> David,
> Thanks for your prompt reply.
>> You don't mention which Java application server you're using, but my 
>> guess is that it's Tomcat 4.x or 5.0.x.
> Beats me. I apologize for not understanding fully; I am a Linux / Java 
> newbie, and I didn't install Tomcat or anything else, just the Java VM 
> from j2re-1-4_2_06-linux-i586.rpm. The default configuration of my 
> server didn't include Java, and I thought only the VM was necessary 
> for Davenport. Should I be installing Tomcat, first / instead?
> Peter

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