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In the Load Balance section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server. In the right pane, there is a single screen displayed, which shows the various load-balancing methods implemented by the Sun Java System Application Server, as shown in Figure 33-25, even though only one server is configured. These include Sun Java System Application Server driven methods, such as user-defined criteria, and Web container methods, comprising round robin, per component response time, and per server response time methods. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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In the Security section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server. In the right pane, there is a single screen displayed, which displays all configured ACLs, as shown in Figure 33-26. You can create new ACLs by clicking the New button, modify existing ACLs by clicking the Modify button, and delete existing ACLs by clicking the Remove button.
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Services, Directories, and Applications
FIGURE 33-26
Security configuration
When you click the Modify button, a list of users and groups is displayed, as shown in Figure 33-27. It is then possible to add a new user or group, set a new permission, or remove an existing user or group from the list displayed.
Applications
In the Application section, the object hierarchy in the left pane displays a list of all configured instances of the Sun Java System Application Server, and all installed applications. Each installed application has its own icon, under which lie several nodes that represent different installed modules (such as system, Default, or a user-defined
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Web Applications and Services
FIGURE 33-27
Access control list modification
module, such as fortune). In the right pane, there is a single screen displayed, which allows the file root directories for each type of file to be set. As shown in Figure 33-28, supported file types include Java components, queries, HTML pages, HTML templates, and application JAR files. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button. You can easily deploy applications by clicking the Launch iASDT button.
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FIGURE 33-28
File root configuration
If you click an application group icon, a list of application group components is listed. As shown in Figure 33-29, this could include C++ type components or Java components. In addition, you can set access control to the application group by clicking the Set Application Group Access Control button. By clicking the appropriate check box, located next to each component, you can enable the component. If you make any configuration changes on the screen, you must either explicitly apply them by clicking the Apply Changes button or explicitly undo them by clicking the Undo Changes button. If you want to use the default values, click the Default Values button.
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Web Applications and Services
FIGURE 33-29
Application group configuration
Summary
This chapter examined how to configure simple Web applications through the open-source Apache HTTP Server and how to configure basic J2EE services within the Sun Java System Application Server that is shipped with the Solaris 10 distribution. These two services represent two extremes in the Web application market the Apache HTTP Server is lightweight, providing access to Web pages, CGI scripts, and Java servlets (with the appropriate connector), while the Sun Java System Application Server can support the most complex Web applications, making use of distributed transactions, directory services, asynchronous message queues, and the emerging XML Web Services.
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