Apache Tomcat is a Web Server which I believe every Java Developer in the world has used at one point in time. Born out of the Apache Jakarta Project, Tomcat is an application server designed to execute Java servlets and render web pages that use Java Server page coding.

At the time of writing, Tomcat’s been used to power a wide range of applications and websites across the Internet.

tomcat - How to Enable HTTP2 in Tomcat

How to Enable HTTP2 in Tomcat

HTTP/2 connectors use non-blocking I/O, only utilizing a container thread from the thread pool when there is data to read and write. For more information read The HTTP2 upgrade protocol – Apache Tomcat 8 Configuration Reference. There are two...

dspace - How to change header text in DSpace 🤔

How to change header text in DSpace 🤔

Here is how to change the header text in DSpace xmlui interface. Open file messages.xml: nano /var/lib/tomcat8/webapps/xmlui/i18n/messages.xml Locate the following line: <message key="xmlui.dri2xhtml.structural.head-subtitle">DSpace...

image 27 - 📴 Remote Shutdown Apache Tomcat

📴 Remote Shutdown Apache Tomcat

In this article, I’m going to talk about the usage of Apache Tomcat’s shutdown functionality and how one can use it to remotely shutdown multiple Tomcat applications. Apache Tomcat has a shutdown functionality that allows you to...

maxresdefault - ❌ Uninstall Apache Tomcat 10.0 Application Server

❌ Uninstall Apache Tomcat 10.0 Application Server

You can uninstall Apache Tomcat from either a Windows or Linux server with the following steps: Step 1: Stop the Tomcat service On Windows: On the machine where the product is installed, click Start > Control...

image 20 - Introduction to Tomcat 🗃️Logging

Introduction to Tomcat 🗃️Logging

Upon starting Apache Tomcat will create several log files in the tomcat/logs directory. In this article, we’ll focus on the default and most common logging implementation used for Tomcat – the included JULI implementation...

Apache Tomcat Dashboard - ⚙️ Apache Tomcat: Check Version

⚙️ Apache Tomcat: Check Version

In this quick article I'll show you how you can check Apache Tomcat version. We will be using only the cmd and a method from catalina.jar