SCSP Server Event Purging Managing the Tomcat server and Web applications

Article:HOWTO54662  |  Created: 2011-06-21  |  Updated: 2011-06-21  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO54662
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You use the Admin page in the management console to perform the following Apache Tomcat server and Web application tasks:

 

•Access the Tomcat Web Server Administration tool to administer the Tomcat server.

 

•Access the Tomcat Web Application Manager to manage Web applications

 

•Access the Server Status link to view the Tomcat Server Status.

 

To manage the Tomcat server and Web applications, you must log on to the selected Web page with the user name and password of a user who is assigned the Administrators role.

 

The Administration, Management, and Status tasks for the Tomcat server and Web applications are as follows:

 

Administration:

Starts the Tomcat Web Server Administration tool, which provides a user interface for managing the Tomcat server. You must log in to the Tomcat Web server with a Symantec Critical System Protection user account that is assigned to the Administrators role.

From this option, you can configure the Tomcat, agent, and console services; data source, mail session, environment entry, and user database resources; and user, group, and role definitions.

Tomcat 5.5 documentation is available on the following Web site:

http://jakarta.apache.org 

 

Management:

Starts the Tomcat Web Application Manager. The Tomcat Servlet/JSP Container Manager App provides a Web-based interface to the Web Application Manager that allows you to manage Web applications without having to shut down and restart the Tomcat server. You must log in to the Tomcat Web Server with a Symantec Critical System Protection user account that is assigned to the Administrators role.

Use this option to perform the following actions:

•Start, stop, reload, and undeploy Web applications.

•Deploy .war files without having to shut down and restart the Tomcat server.

•Request that an existing application reload itself, even if it is not declared reloadable in your Tomcat server configuration file.

 

Management also provide links to Tomcat documentation for the Tomcat Web Application Manager and the Manager App, as well as Tomcat Server Status information.

 

Status:

Directly opens the same Tomcat Server Status information as the Server Status link on the Management page.

 

You must log on to the Tomcat Web Server with a Symantec Critical System Protection user account that is assigned to the Administrators role. 



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