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Category Archives: OPEN SOURCE
There are many benefits to front Tomcat with httpd, chief among them are: Allow Tomcat to stay behind firewall It mitigates a big security problem for Tomcat based web applications. httpd and Tomcat can be separated to run on different … Continue reading
I have been wanting to get into the Node.js game for a while. Finally I made the plunge and installed Node in MacBook. I will summarize my experience in a series of post. The first post is on installation of … Continue reading
In my last post I talked about how we configured the SPP (Share Point Protocol) support in Alfresco 3.4, including how to add SSL (https). We have since also load balanced the SPP ports. But the journey is not as … Continue reading
Share Point Protocol Support finally works in Alfresco 3.4. It is provided by an embedded Jetty server in the repository and deployed as the same context as the repository. This feature in Alfresco is much anticipated by our end users. But … Continue reading