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Apache Tomcat 7

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Administrative Apps - Supported Operations

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Supported Operations Overview

This document defines the Supported Operations that may be performed against the Administered Objects that are supported by Tomcat administrative applications. Not all operations are required to be available through every administrative application that is implemented. However, if a given operation is available, it should operate consistently with the descriptions found here.

Supported Operations are described for the following Administered Objects:

Access Logger

From the perspective of a particular Access Logger, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Engine, Host, or Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Connector

From the perspective of a particular Connector, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Service.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Context

From the perspective of a particular Context, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Host.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Access Logger associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Access Logger.
  • Remove the associated Access Logger.
  • Create and configure a new Environment Entry associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Environment Entry.
  • Remove an associated Environment Entry.
  • Create and configure a new JDBC Resource associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated JDBC Resource.
  • Remove an associated JDBC Resource.
  • Create and configure a new Loader associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Loader.
  • Remove the associated Loader.
  • Create and configure a new Manager associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Manager.
  • Remove the associated Manager.
  • Create and configure a new Realm associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Realm.
  • Remove the associated Realm.
  • Create and configure a new Request Filter associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Request Filter
  • Remove an associated Request Filter.
Default Context

From the perspective of a particular Default Context, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Engine or Host.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Environment Entry associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Environment Entry.
  • Remove an associated Environment Entry.
  • Create and configure a new JDBC Resource associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated JDBC Resource.
  • Remove an associated JDBC Resource.
Engine

From the perspective of a particular Engine, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Service.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Access Logger associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Access Logger.
  • Remove the associated Access Logger.
  • Create and configure a new Default Context associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Default Context.
  • Remove the associated Default Context.
  • Create and configure a new Host associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Host.
  • Remove an associated Host.
  • Create and configure a new Realm associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Realm.
  • Remove the associated Realm.
  • Create and configure a new Request Filter associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Request Filter
  • Remove an associated Request Filter.
Environment Entry

From the perspective of a particular Environment Entry, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Context or Default Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Host

From the perspective of a particular Host, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Engine.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Access Logger associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Access Logger.
  • Remove the associated Access Logger.
  • Create and configure a new Context associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Context.
  • Remove an associated Context.
  • Create and configure a new Default Context associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Default Context.
  • Remove the associated Default Context.
  • Create and configure a new Realm associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Realm.
  • Remove the associated Realm.
  • Create and configure a new Request Filter associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Request Filter
  • Remove an associated Request Filter.
JDBC Resource

From the perspective of a particular JDBC Resource, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Context or Default Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Loader

From the perspective of a particular Loader, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Manager

From the perspective of a particular Manager, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Realm

From the perspective of a particular Realm, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Engine, Host, or Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Request Filter

From the perspective of a particular Request Filter, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Engine, Host, or Context.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
Server

From the perspective of the overall Server, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Service associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Service.
Service

From the perspective of a particular Service, it shall be possible to perform the following administrative operations:

  • Navigate to the owning Server.
  • Edit the configurable properties of this object.
  • Create and configure a new Connector associated with this object.
  • Select and edit the configurable properties of an associated Connector.
  • Remove an associated Connector.
  • Create and configure a new Engine associated with this object.
  • Edit the configurable properties of the associated Engine.
  • Remove the associated Engine.
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