In java if you are dealing with slow requests to a server but you need a fast response but you can't modify the code that produces that response, one solution is to create a proxy that will call that final URL for you and tell you when it's finished.... Read More
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In this tutorial Ubuntu 14.04 and Apache/2.4.7 are used. The client used is Tortoise for Windows.... Read More
To achieve this you must implement an Unknown Handler (they are available from Struts 2.1 on)... Read More
This example shows how to make a simple balancing for multiple instances using Apache balancer. Three tomcats in session configuration will be used. The Apache Balancer will always send all requests to the same server as long as it has the same session cookie. If one of the tomcats is shut down it will redirect to another cluster member server without sending any error messages to the client.... Read More
Ngrep is a tool that allow us to capture HTTP traffic. Root permissions are needed to use it and install it.... Read More
In these examples you can find different ways of creating simple proxy socket servers. This can be useful to you for a number of reasons:... Read More
This example uses Struts2 with annotations to provide a Datatable with JSON.... Read More
Go to folder cd /etc/cron.d to create cron jobs that will be run every day. Create a file and write the desired cron sentence.... Read More