Apache Administration FAQ’s

How to disable Case Sensitivity in Apache? Apache is case sensitive. When you application is hosted in case-insensitive webserver(like IIS) and moved to case-sensitive webserver (like Apache) you may get some problems related to non availability of URLS(HTTP 404 error). Apach provides a module which helps to make URLs case-insensitive.

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Changing default application in Jboss

The below post describes how we can change the default application deployed on the Jboss Server and changing the default ports to access the same. By Default when a Jboss Server is started, it would deploy the ROOT.war file present in the $JBOSS_HOME/server/$PROFILE/deploy folder. Hence when you access http://localhost:8080/ ,

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Securing JBoss JMX Console

The below post illustrates the details steps to protect the JMX Console in JBoss. The JMX Console is the JBoss Management Console which provides a raw view of the JMX MBeans which make up the server. They can provide a lot of information about the running server and allow you

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WebLogic Connection Filters

This post depicts a sample usage of Connection Filters in webLogic Server. A connection filter allows the server to reject unwanted connections based on some filter criteria. For example, a connection filter would allow you to configure WebLogic to permit T3 or IIOP connections only from within your intranet, and

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