By Denise Kalm | Industry Expert A new, clean web page isn’t built in a day — it requires major testing before going live. Web pages are software, and software is prone to bugs. Problems with your pages can seriously affect your line of business, and the wide visibility of a web page harbors the
At application runtime, your WebClient application operates under the control of the WebClient i+ Server, also known as the WebClient i+ Runtime Framework. The WebClient i+ Runtime Framework is implemented as an extension of a standard J2EE Servlet, and provides all the services necessary to deploy your WebClient application as secure, high performance web applications.
To add an application server web session listener to your WebClient application, ensure that this XML fragment is present under the web-app element in your web.xml. <listener> <listener-class>com.adcaustin.webclient.servletproxy.WebSessionListener</listener-class> </listener> When the listener is installed, then application clean-up will occur immediately when the session times out (as determined by the application server’s timeout settings). The user closing their browser
There are benefits to running secure production WebClient/Websydian applications under a combination of both Tomcat and Apache. This configuration can be the highest performance option, and can be run under SSL for security. Tomcat and Apache are both free, open source software that are proven in high performance production environments. While lacking some of the management features of
Many web developers are interested in performance of their production web applications – as well they should be. Performance under load can be quite different than performance in a development environment or on your personal workstation. To give some guidance on this, we have created a benchmark document. In this document, the developer can see