Tomcat clustering and session replication tutorial | Examples Java Code Geeks

1. IntroductionIn this example we will discuss Apache Tomcat Servlet/JSP container’s clustering and session replication related configurations. Apache Tomcat server is lightweight server that is relatively easy to set-up. It has many features that enable high flexibility. Tomcat can be fine-tuned to do well for some traffic, but if your traffic is expected to be […]

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Creating a Groovy ConfigObject from a Closure | Andrew Taylor

The Groovy ConfigObject and ConfigSlurper are very nice for replacing properties and XML configuration files with Groovy. Surprisingly though, there’s no obvious way to get a ConfigObject directly from a closure. The interface requires either the URL or filename of a script file, or a Script object. via Creating a Groovy ConfigObject from a Closure […]

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