Electronic Commerce Technical Issues
The tomcat shell has been fixed and now works. Create a directory of your
own for tomcat (e.g $HOME/tomcat). Create subdirectories conf and webapps.
Copy the conf files from the tomcat distribution:
Set the TOMCAT_HOME environment vbl, say in your
cp /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat/conf/* $HOME/tomcat
Then start tomcat at a shell prompt by
and stop it by
My perl script to translate DocBook to HTML is
The Java XML stuff is known as JAXP and Ross will put it in the Linux
lab sometime, probably on /usr/local/lib
The initial handout is incomplete, but contains
a list of topics that should be covered in this subject.
Materials at front desk
- Week 2 related
- NCD HTML Tag List
- WebMonkey "Sizing up the Browsers"
- XHTML 1.0 specification
- HTTP 1.1 specification
- HTML 4.0 specification
- WebMonkey "Browser detection"
- Week 3 related
- The CGI-LIB Library for C code
- CGI/1.1 Specification
- Modelling Web applications with UML
- Java CGI HOW-TO
- CGI Security
- Week 4 related
- CGI.pm reference manual
- Reuven Lerner "At the Forge: Combining Apache and Perl"
- Week 5 related
- Stefan Zeiger "An invitation to Servlets"
- Cynthia Bloch "Trail: Servlets"
- Marty Hall "Servlets and Java Server Pages"
- Week 6 related
- Session.pm Users Guide
- Session.pm Reference manual
- Apache ASP manual
- Week 7 related
- Week 8 related
- ApacheWeek: "Using User Authentication"
- "Mosaic User Authentication Tutorial"
- IETF RFC 2617 "HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest
- mod_SSL User Manual
- Week 14 related
- Steve Ball's lecture notes
- Week 15 related
- WAP Architecture
- WAP WML Specification
- WML Tutorial
- iMode FAQ
- cHTML specification
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