Adding New Servers in Java

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When one has much to put into them, a day has a hundred pockets Friedrich Nietzsche A server is a software platform that provides the services and infrastructure required to develop, deploy, and run Web applications WTP provides the tools to build these applications, and servers provide the runtime environment to execute them This chapter describes how to add new server extensions to WTP Once added, the new server extension will be listed in the New Server Runtime wizard and other dialogs, and it can be used like all the other servers to develop, deploy, test, and run Web applications We ll start by defining some terms A server runtime environment, or just runtime for short, is a software application that is designed to execute as a server platform and support certain standards, such as J2EE The runtime models the types of components that can run on the server, the standards that these components support, how the server is started and stopped, where it is installed, and other items A server configuration, or just a server for short, is an instance of a server runtime A server configuration typically consists of a set of port numbers used by its services, such as HTTP, and a set of components, such as Web modules, that are deployed on it A server models concepts such as the ports, locations of server configuration files, and the set of applications that are deployed You can define many servers for a given runtime; for example, a single Tomcat runtime can have multiple server configurations on the same machine A Web application, or a module for short, is a stand-alone application that can be published and run on a server You can publish multiple Web modules, such as LeaguePlanetWeb, EJBs, and EARs, on the same server Another server in the workspace can have a different set of modules associated with it A facet is an aspect of a module that defines its runtime and development functionality For example, by using facets, WTP can determine which server runtimes
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are compatible with a given module or create projects with advanced server-specific features All Web projects are created with standard facets, such as J2EE, and some optional ones, such as JSF, that may only be supported by advanced server-specific features For example, a Web module with the jstweb v24 facet is only compatible with a server runtime environment that supports the J2EE 14 and higher specifications Each runtime specifies the facets that it supports, and modules are associated with facets that characterize them This information is used to decide whether a module is compatible with a runtime For example, if a runtime only supports jstweb facets, it cannot run a module that has a jstejb facet Similarly, a runtime that supports jstweb v23 facets cannot run a module that has a jstweb v24 facet The diagram in Figure 121 describes these relationships
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A server adapter is a plug-in that extends WTP to add new server and runtime types Server adapters are not limited to Java runtime environments It is possible to build a server adapter for, say, the Apache Web Server Although server adapters are a WTP concept, the Web application code you develop is independent of WTP After the development is complete, the application artifacts, such as Web and EJB modules, have no execution dependencies on the WTP tools and runtimes The server adapters provided by WTP are exemplary implementations for popular commercial and Open Source J2EE application servers WTP has adapters for Open Source servers including Tomcat, JBoss, JOnAS, and Geronimo, and commercial servers including BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, and Oracle Application Server WTP encourages server vendors to develop and support adapters for their products For example, the Apache Geronimo project hosts its