Hot answers tagged springframework
The service never needs to talk to the KDC. It needs a keytab generated by the KDC, but that you can copy over any way you want. They never have to talk to each other. An overly simplified version of what I believe goes on goes more or less like this: Setting up the service KDC generates a service keytab (which is something like a secret key/password if ...
First, let me say that the MongoDB SSL docs are being worked on, most of the information here will be included there eventually, but until then..... The Java driver, which I believe spring uses, does support SSL. In terms of getting mongoDB running with SSL, there are currently two options. First, you can become a subscriber and use the subscriber edition ...
"Is there a way to find out what the domain name is from command prompt of the 2k8 server?" From a command prompt: WMIC NTDOMAIN GET Description, CreationClassName, DNSForestName
Unless you have access to the server filesystem I don't think you'll be able to access the existing web application. If you do have access to the filesystem you should be able to find the deployed webapp in the tomcat web-apps directory, from which you can just copy out the file.
If you want it to load libs from your WEB-INF/lib directory then you need to add something to your weblogic.xml file (this should be in WEB-INF). <weblogic-web-app> <container-descriptor> <prefer-web-inf-classes>true</prefer-web-inf-classes> </container-descriptor> </weblogic-web-app> Hope that helps.
It sounds to me like you're administrators are trying to provide a fault-tolerant environment so that if a single server goes offline the users will not experience any noticeable change. This may also be for maintenance reasons so that they can work on one of the servers while not affecting the others. In this scenario the application and web server would ...
JBoss DataSource has it's own connection pool, from spring application deployed on it just use jndi data source for example http://pro-programmers.blogspot.com/2008/07/spring-datasource-jndi-lookup-from.html
Not surprisingly the answer to this question in weblogic is the virtual directory. The directive provides both (what I consider to be) the standard behavior of mapping a URL to some set of (usually static files) to be served, but also acts as a "virtual soft link" when the path is under WEB-INF and still provides the desired behavior of giving a 404 if you ...
Memory use depends on what the app has been designed to do and what all the users are doing. So that really nobody could comment on whether this app needs a specified amount of memory. As you said your solution is to do as the error message says and up the amount of Java heap space.
To be honest, 5G's of heap is already quite a lot. Show us the code path that handles the upload and provide some info about how large and many files are the users typically uploading. This might also help you (if you are using commons fileupload with Spring's MultipartFile): ...
First idea: if the beta testers will be coming from know IP addresses, just filter based on IP. This could be done at the firewall, or the webserver, or the application. If users IPs will be changing, maybe a second webpage were they can go, enter a username and password, and their IP gets whitelisted inside the beta app (or on the firewall/webserver). ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible