Long title for a complex topic. Target of this post is to show only a cut-through for an interesting scenario. Imagine an environment with several Tomcat instances. Those Tomcats are logging currently their catalina- and access-logs to file from where they are collected and shipped with a shell script to a central logserver, where they […]
Micro-services are one of the new big cool things in Java Enterprise environments. Since there are a lot of operators out there who spent half of their carrers with learning how to get along with huge Websphere-, JBoss- or Weblogic-application-server-installations, companies decide to use and re-use their already paid infrastructure-licenses and the existing know-how. But […]
Let’s assume you write classes, code or JSP-scripts for a java-project which should be deployed into an application server like Tomcat from ASF. Setting up a maven webapp-project in eclipse is meanwhile nothing more then 5 clicks, a bit of fantasy with the artifactId and that’s it… thanks to predefined archetypes. Now the devteam is […]
Debugging your webapp is not as hard as it could be without Tomcat 😉 Just take a normal Tomcat-Installation (download, unzip, configure) and put your packaged war-file into the webapps-directory. If it works, fine. If not, search the bug. Of course, you could do the debugging in your eclipse, maybe with an integrated tomcat or […]
Quelle : http://drools.herod.net/ Nach ein paar munteren Stunden des Rum-, Aus- und Durch-Probierens hab ich nun mein Ergebnis ein wenig aufbereitet. Drools ist ein Business-Rules-Management-System und Guvnor ein von JBoss entwickeltes System, um die Drools-Regeln und sämtliches Know-How um die Regelwerke zu verwalten.