Getting Started with Sun One
A guide to Sun/i-Planet enabling technologies that are critical to e-commerce applications in a Solaris environment.
- Paperback | 448 pages
- 179.8 x 237.7 x 34.8mm | 893.59g
- 17 Mar 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- w. figs.
Table of contents
Foreword. Preface. A "How to" Book. Building a Web Site. Project Using a Directory Database. About the Included DVD. Acknowledgments. 1. Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE). What Is Sun ONE? Middleware Orientation. Sun ONE Reference Material.2. Transition from Netscape to iPlanet to Sun ONE. Corporate Transition. The Netscape Browser and Servers. The Transition Period from iPlanet to Sun ONE. From the Sun-Netscape Alliance to Sun ONE. Famous People of the Internet.3. The Sun ONE Web Server. Connection Management. SAF Process. Summary.4. Installing the Sun ONE Web Server 6.0. SUN Solaris UNIX Installation. Windows Installation.5. Starting, Stopping, and Testing the Sun ONE Web Server. Starting and Stopping the Web Servers On UNIX. Sun ONE Web Server Administration Server. Web Browser Test. Summary.6. Configuring the Sun ONE Web Server for Static Content. The Static Content SAF. The SAF Decision Process. MIME Types. Summary.7. Configuring the Sun ONE Web Server for Dynamic Content. Setting Up a CGI-BIN Directory. Running the Hello World Servlet. Running JSPs. Summary.8. The Sun ONE Directory Server. Application Membership. Spreading Directory Data Around. Summary.9. Installing the Sun ONE Directory Server 5. Installation Setup Values. Sun Solaris UNIX Installation. Windows Installation. Starting and Stopping the Servers. Using the Console. Uninstalling the Server.10. Using the Sun ONE Directory Database: The Console. Adding User Data into the Directory. Administering the Directory Server Instance. Adding an Organization Unit and Adding Data. LDIF Save and Restore. Summary.11. Using the Sun ONE Directory Database: Directory Data Structures. Directory Data Structure Language. Modifying the Directory Schema. Creating a New Directory Server Instance. Summary.12. Restricting Web Site Access to Privileged Directory Members. Connecting the Web Server to the Directory Server. Managing Directory Members and Groups Using a Web Browser. Creating an Access Control List. Summary.13. The Sun ONE Application Server 7. Application Communications. Processing Client Requests. Application Programming. Summary.14. Installing the Sun ONE Application Server 7. UNIX Command-Line Installation. Windows Installation-GUI Installation.15. Starting, Stopping, and Testing the Sun ONE Application Server. Starting and Stopping Server Processes in UNIX. Starting and Stopping Server Processes in Windows. Sun ONE Application Server Administration Server. Summary.16. Configuring the Sun ONE Application Server's Web Server Features. HTTP Server Configurations. The Static Content SAF. Setting Up a CGI-BIN Directory. Running JSPs. Standalone Servlets. User Document Root Directories. Summary.17. Sun ONE Application Server and Administration Hierarchy. Application Server Instance. Adding a New Listener and Virtual Server. Multiple Hostnames on One IP Address on One Port. Summary.18. Using Sun ONE Studio 4 to Develop Web Applications. Deploying a Sample Web Application. Before We Begin Developingu. Creating a Web Application with Sun ONE Studio 4. Exercise: Expanding the Web Application. Summary. 19. The Sun ONE Application Server 6.5. Sun ONE Application Server 6.5 Components. Setting Up a Sun ONE Application Server. Multiple Application Server Setup. Summary.20. Installing Sun ONE Application Server 6.5, Test Drive Edition. Preinstallation Notesu. UNIX Installation. Windows Installation (WinNT).21. Testing and Administration. Starting, Viewing, and Stopping Processes. Testing the Installation. Viewing the Log Files. Sun ONE Application Server Administration Tool. Summary.22. Deploying Programs into the Sun ONE Application Server 6.5. Deploying a Servlet into the Application Server. Add a JSP into the Hello World Application. Demonstrating Separation of Processing a Request and Formatting a Response (a Servlet Forwarding a Request to a JSP). Compile the Servlet. Add the Servlet Files into the Hello World Application. Redeploy Hello World. Test. Testing the Servlets that Have Been Deployed. Development Note.Epilogue. Powerful and Free. Now It Is Time to Do Some Real Work. Tasks Completed in This Book.Index. About the Author. About the DVD.
About Stacy Thurston
STACY THURSTON was a member of the Sun ONE team at Sun Microsystems and previously served asproduct manager for the Sun-Netscape Alliance that developed the iPlanet products now known as SunONE. He started as a technical support engineer for Netscape business communication products, laterbecoming an instructor helping companies leverage Netscape and iPlanet products worldwide.