EasyApache Tomcat 7 Teaser Trailer

ScottTh

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Coming Soon to an EasyApache installation near you - Tomcat 7, featuring thrills, action, adventure, and excitement!

The EasyApache team is preparing to offer Tomcat 7.0 in EasyApache 3.20 and cPanel&WHM 11.36.

Tomcat 7 has many updates including, but not limited to:

- Several Patches from Apache for Tomcat 7
Tomcat 7 Patches
- Simplified Library Structure
- Support for Java 6 and 7
- JSP 2.2
- JSP 2.2 Expression Language Specifications
- Servlet 3.0 (Supports Asynchronous Servlets)
- Protection against Cross-Site Request Forgery (CRFS) Attacks
- Simplified XML and Cookie Validation
- And So Much More!

We’re hoping to gather your thoughts, concerns, questions, comments, hopes and dreams, and while we’re better equipped to answer your EasyApache and Tomcat questions and concerns, we’ll try our best for all the rest.

We understand that some Tomcat 5.5 installations have evolved into unique setups in EasyApache. We are keeping that in mind when introducing Tomcat 7 to EasyApache, and it will be invaluable to hear your stories about how you currently use Tomcat 5.5. This will help the EasyApache team during our development and testing of Tomcat 7.

Thank you all in advance for your feedback and questions. Please visit the Tomcat homepage for more information:

Apache Tomcat 7 (7.0.37) - Documentation Index

No Tomcats were hurt in the production of this module.
 

montreal

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Coming Soon to an EasyApache installation near you - Tomcat 7, featuring thrills, action, adventure, and excitement!

The EasyApache team is preparing to offer Tomcat 7.0 in EasyApache 3.20 and cPanel&WHM 11.36.

Tomcat 7 has many updates including, but not limited to:

- Several Patches from Apache for Tomcat 7
Tomcat 7 Patches
- Simplified Library Structure
- Support for Java 6 and 7
- JSP 2.2
- JSP 2.2 Expression Language Specifications
- Servlet 3.0 (Supports Asynchronous Servlets)
- Protection against Cross-Site Request Forgery (CRFS) Attacks
- Simplified XML and Cookie Validation
- And So Much More!

We’re hoping to gather your thoughts, concerns, questions, comments, hopes and dreams, and while we’re better equipped to answer your EasyApache and Tomcat questions and concerns, we’ll try our best for all the rest.

We understand that some Tomcat 5.5 installations have evolved into unique setups in EasyApache. We are keeping that in mind when introducing Tomcat 7 to EasyApache, and it will be invaluable to hear your stories about how you currently use Tomcat 5.5. This will help the EasyApache team during our development and testing of Tomcat 7.

Thank you all in advance for your feedback and questions. Please visit the Tomcat homepage for more information:

Apache Tomcat 7 (7.0.37) - Documentation Index

No Tomcats were hurt in the production of this module.
I have WHM 11.36 already but EasyApache is 3.18. How to have EasyApache 3.20?
 

Schwibby

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Hi cPanelKurtN

is possible to say if the support for tomcat is only for the installation or for the management?

i have few customer required tomcat but i'm a real noob "speaking o tomcat"

is possible that cpanel release a tomcat management like the management of the current apache customer? because i ear that tomcat require a tomcat specialist ......

i sorry but i'm not very able to explain my ideas...
 

ScottTh

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Hi Schwibby,

This project is providing the means to install Tomcat, but is not providing a management interface similar to EasyApache. You're right that in the EasyApache documentation and in the EasyApache build process we recommend installing Tomcat only if you're an experienced Tomcat admin.

If you'd like to see a Tomcat management interface please stop by our Feature Request site. You can submit an idea and if there is enough support from the cPanel&WHM community then we can consider implementing your idea of a Tomcat management tool. cPanel Feature Requests

Thanks very much for the question.
 

000

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Ouch !!!...

Now I need config my TomCat+cPanl just as my last 5 years...

(Jakarta/TomCat + my tricks...)

Where is Jakarta ???

How I config my owner [server.xml] ???
What is the path please???

Thanks
 

ScottTh

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Ouch !!!...

Now I need config my TomCat+cPanl just as my last 5 years...

(Jakarta/TomCat + my tricks...)

Where is Jakarta ???

How I config my owner [server.xml] ???
What is the path please???

Thanks
Hi 000,

Below are links for an Introduction to Tomcat 7 document and our Migration guide for Tomcat 5.5 to Tomcat 7. These documents have many of the answers you are looking for:

Introduction to Apache Tomcat
Migrating from Tomcat 5.5 to Tomcat 7
 

000

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...links for an Introduction to Tomcat 7 document and our Migration guide for Tomcat 5.5 to Tomcat 7.
Thanks by you excelent help.

Please: know you where is located our server.xml?
¿Know you how config our tomcat-users.xml?

Or samplely: now where is this files ????

Thanks

:)
 

000

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Please: know you where is located our server.xml?
¿Know you how config our tomcat-users.xml?
READ THE LINK PROVIDER BY cPScottT !!!

here is yours files:

/usr/local/easy/etc/easy-tomcat7

!!!

Ey, cPScottT THANKS !!!

;)